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jffiLY TELEGRAPI 0 By JAMES IU3I2D. Independent in nil things. 2 in Advance, VOLUME XXI-NO. 42. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1870. WHOLE NUMBER H)fG. ASH WI runna op BvnHOKiPTioKi Two Dollar par annum paid ntrictly In dvuc. ADVRRT1I4, HATKSl Twelve line or lent of Nonpareil make a iqun, One iire 1 xnwtk.t 7S DnaaqnaraS wk., 1 SO In q'ire S mo. , H 00 One snuare moi., 6 lit) Twoqnaniamt.f S 00 Two nuri a nto. 8 oo Twondiiarail your. 11 oo Knur p(inrc 1 year lit 01) Half column t roar. HA 00 On Kqtiare I year, . 8 00 lntneCri1 of not nTor lire lino nr rear SS 00 Obituary Notlco unlo of troneral Inloroit half rata. JOB PI1INT1NO )f BWiy deacrlptlon attenflpd to on call, and dose In the mint tantefiil manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IMIYSICIANS. H. ,n. vi NoitTi n. n., a k. v. van NOItYI ttl. D., Hmmetip'Olile IMiylrlano and Hnrirenn. Office samu a formerly No. l.'Maln Hire t Ahtbnl, Ohio. Office hour from 7 to 9 A. M , 1 to 9 P. M.. and evening. II. H. Vak Soban, Park Street, nearl oppoalte the Mathoillat Chnrch. K. V. VK NonaAif. Unit (loot aouth of olBrr. on Main Street the Sliepard house. 10M DH. K. I.. KING, I'hyxlclnn and Hiir.'mn, office over Honrlrv A Klnir a store, residence near Sl.Peter'e flhureh. A'htahnla,. O Hvi DR. KI1KH, would innirm hn Mends, and the nuh Ic sen 'rally that he mav he found at hip place of hnslness, Haskells Block, Main Street, ready toattend to all professional calls. Omco hours, from 14 to 9 P.M. shtahnla O. May 41. 1WW 104 ATTOltNKYS AND AOKNTS. Mil KK 11 AN, HI UHOU'R IULL, Mtor. nevs and Counselors at L aw, Ashlalmln, Ohio, will practice In the Courts of Ahto.bula, take and (leanira. J.ABAN S. SllBRKAN. J, U. HunROWa, THKOKOB8 TIaI I,. 1IM8 V, O. ROCK VTEl Attorney at Law. Klmrsyiltc, Ohio. C. D. and H. J. HocKwaLL. tleneral Insurance Atretic , Klngarlllo, O. Losao adjusted and prompt ly Olid. 'DHf IRD tt.'FITCH, Mtorno and Counsellor at Law. Votary Public, Ahtahu!a. Ohio. Special at- . tentinn lven to the 'settlement of K-tates.and toCon vovvtclnir and Colloctlnir. Also to all matters arising nnder the Dankrunt Law. KHI WS.OKA: W TK1N Attorney at Law. .leffcr son, Ohio. Office in the Court llonse, for the present. r. s. wad. low a. n. watkins tIKNrtY PVSSKTT, Asreni Home InsuranceCnm pany, of New York (Capital, f,om.00n. and of Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, of Hartford, Ct. Also. attends to writing of Heeds. Wills. Ac. 1048 I. It. COOK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Votary Public, also Real Kstnte A rent, Main stioet. iver Morrison ft Tlcknnr's store. Ashtabula. O. 040 H'.liW1 nOO'VH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. shtabMla.hln, . hotkls. 'INK IIOIIRIS, shtabula.Ohlo. A. Field. Proprl- tor. An Omnibus rnu'iinn to and from every train of ears. Also, a snort llrv-talilo kept In connection with this ouse, to oonvey pamitiirur to any point. Ln.,:1 S.SHT RtTI. IIOTTSK llnvnT PiKi.n, psonr'e tr Main Street. i't ibnla, Ohio. I.nvi?e Pii'dte 'tail, (tool Uvery. and Omnibns to and from thodepot. jlitn f -i I PSHN'S HOTEL J. C. Tnoi-soM. Proi.rl tor, Jefferson. O'no. ' L'iiiL. VfKKCMIAX'IX .K'ttJK D-aerin I'iano Kortes. and Mo- lod-Mins, Piano tools. Covers. Instruction Books, etc. ii..tv,t n Public Square. Cleveland. Ohio. HUH ri LK'l ! ;tLI!4I.R, Dealers In Fancy and v;ile Dry floods, Family (rH-urle, Crockery. South More. Clarendon tilm k. Ashtabula, olilo. lint Jtrtf.V: jtL,4tKV, ie:ilurin llryrloods. Oro i Ooc1 try and Jln-s-Ware, oppos(a Clarendon Hl H-k. Main street. Ashtabula Ohio. PMJ V, (IKV IX t 'i, '):er in Klo:ir, Pork, llama. Lard, (udall klu is of Fish. Al-o, all kinds of Family m i 'ries. Fruits and (Jonfectlonety, Ale and Domestic WliiliU, ii? I. l. SI1K".t TSI, ltealor m every description or Hoots, Shoe-", Huts and C:ips. Also, on hand a stock (ir Choice Family Oroeerles, Main atreof, cqrn.sr of Ccn I rp, Ashtabula, O. ti O. W. Coriiur Unliitf and Main foots, Va'itahula, O ifi), Uualuri in Ury-Uooda, (Gro ceries, Crockury. Ac. 4a, 8.VI O. W. TIASKKLL. tVSI.f.S .V i.X)rH. vvindes.ile and Hetnll Dualers In .Vosturu Bjserve B itter and Cheese, Dried Fruit, Fl'j'ir, and Oroeerles. Orders respectfully soli. Ited. and Ulled at tht lowest eahc-wt. Ashtabula. Ohlo.lQIB II. f.. 1': tl i t V, TJi!!le-a In IJrvrOoods. Oroeer les, Hoots, Shoes, Jims, 41ns, 'lardwaie. Crockery. B ioks. "li lts, ills. c., As'it ib ila. O. two DlUJCiOIS'JX ITIlHrlV NKWHKKKV, Drugiflat, and uot!io-ca-y. and itenerul deilnriu Di'ujs, Medicines, Wiius and Lluu r for Medical purposes. Fancy and Toildt toods, Mtln Street, corner of C'enire. shialHl". ft il t :t L 4 ti. S IP r Ashtabula. Ohio. Dealer in Dnii,'s and Medicines, Groceries. Perfumery and Fancy Articles, superior Teas, CorToe, Kpices. Flavor. Inx Kxtracls, Patent Medicines of every description. lAllnfct, Dyes., Varnishes, Brushes. Fancy Soaps. Ilulr Ucstorativea, Hair Oils, Ac, al or yiiii-li will be sold at the lowest prices. Presot IpUohs pn4Nid n ilh suit able care. WW 11 EN O It V KIMi, Main streets. Ashtibuln. Ohio, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, chemicals. 1'alnu, Oils, Varnishes. Brushes, Dye Stutrs, Ac, Choice lya uily iruierles. including Teas. Colfees, Ac, Patent Medicines, Pure WI"1' Wl lltinors ror Medicinal pur pose. I'liv'l tan's prasurlptioas QUtufil ud piipniit fy attonded' to. MM I1KII.IUK WILL 1RO, Dualor In Dry-Ooods, Oro eerles, ilata, Vn, Boots, shoes, Crockery, (lias Ware. lao, vVholesale and Hctall Dealer if. Uurdwuro. Sad iliaty, 5Jiil, Iron, Steel, Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils. Dyestuirs, Au.. Mailt street, Ashtahula. IIAKXKSS MAKKU. W. H. WILLI WSOV, Saii)e, id 1iifhcsi Ma ker, opposite Fisk Block. .M tlualntut, Asl)tliula, Ohio, iia on liand. an I make (o qrduF, ll llu lieat manner. everything In Ills lia, P. !. KOUO, Manufacturers and Dunlers In Sad dle, :i.irnuss. Bridles. Collars, Trunks, Whips. Ac, opmi.iirt flsk louse, Ashtabula. Ohio. 1015 MANUFACTUUKUS, aiSI nilUll, UlUVIllil C a .. nauniactlirers of Doors. tiali, lllii. Is. Bevci SiJIuk, Kloorlug. Fenc In. Moldings, ScroM Wtirk; Tuiniug, Ac. Also, Job bers and Builders. Dealeis n Luii)ijr. Lath and Sliln-L-les, at the Planing Mill. uiuu uf Mil atteet and Tnion alley. Ashtabula. Ohio. V.M. 8KYMOLH. A. C. OIDDINIIS. O. A. TltEADWEI.L. WW-tf k. D. MTHOWQ, Maquiacturerand.IohlHr In Herme tically aeaieu too is, .luuy, (fiaor, uuu (Jiuer v ineirer Ashtahula, Ohio, Nov. 10, ISHn. Kill O. XBILiC Ac BUD,, Mauufaeturer and Dealers iu all kinds of Leather In general demand In this market. Ulifuuslcash price paid for Hide and Hklns. ft. O. t) L L K V, Manufacturer of Lath, Hiding, Mould ' jugs Cheese Boxes, Ac. Planing, Mulching. ml Hcrowl Bawdi,, dona ou the shortest notice. Shop on Main trout, opposite the I'pper Park, Aslilaliula. Oh'o. 440 IA'. W. ttli ril, Miinnfactuxir and Dealer in ll the different kinds ui Leather iu doiuuud iu litis uurket, and Shoemaker's Findings. He Is also engaged iu the niaimfauture of Harnesses, of the light aud tasteful, as WtMt as the. more substantial kinds, opposiui Ptiwuia Foandry, A'shiabn ia ' IIAUnWAWK. fec. flKOBUK O. llt'BBAUU, Dealer In Hardware. Irou, Bte. and Nails, Stoves, Tin Pluto, tjlujef Iron, Copper and Zinc, and Manufacturer of Tin, sheet Iron and Copper Ware, fi'lf Block. Ashtahula. Ohio. t U CROSOVaV WBrHSnWtX, lealers In Stovca Tin ware. Hollow Ware, sheir liardwaro. Glass Warn i.amp and -amp-Trimmings, fetnileuia, Au., cj puofite the Fisk House Ashtabula. '! CAlJINKT WAltl- IOIIV ptlCIIO, Manufacturer of, and Dealer In Furnlturaof the hot-descripiiAiia. and ver, variety. Also OeuersO UudeiFakeaianil in.iti.i t 11 i-ur of Collins to or lor. MaJiiVlreet.'Kkii LU ol doask Public Jonare, Ashtahula. r O J f DJSN'TISTS. P, . II A Is Is, DcaUst, AjibtsihwUi U- "vt . . I,. V.. V.. ........ ulllt asaw U. W. NKI.fiOX. Dentist. Ashuhula, Ohio. Buy Oiticeln K)k Bl.n.dc.1 ' ' tW f). W. BltKHSON, Jeweler, Koi all ring of all klsd's v W.icbu,. piofks. and Jitr. kluio, Claren don iBckstilmlathlo. - a J7. . ABBOTT. Dealer In Clocks. Watch, Jewel ry, ale. Bngravlng. Meodlua and Repairing done to ftrdar. Shop 09 Main street. Coiinaam. Ohio. Has dflBS K. IfKBBiyt, Dealar n Watche, Clocks. Jewelry, Silver an t Plated Ware, tc. Ms DalriaT of all kinds done well, and all ordera Dromntl fUanotMi to. CLOTIIIER8, nwlHDO. PIKHfH Dealer In Clottainar, Ball, ftay. mi toff ruifbtnfUoif,ktpubai,0. ti . A.TIIDO & WAITK, Wkulesale pd Retail Dealers In Keady Made clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, (,'ups, Ac. Ashtabula. wa FOUNDUIKS. jrOIIN W, II I LI,. Imn Konndir and Man utactnrcr and Dealir In Stovea of vartona kinds, l'luwaand Plow Casting, Mill Castings, end moat de. Ittin (vl fouiHlry work. Spring St.. Ashtabula. 70 SKVnOIIHA nrilO'Vn, Mnnufaclnrora Stoves Plows and Colnn n. Window Caua and Sills, Mill Castings, Kettles, Sinks, Sleigh Shoes, Ac,, Fhomli Foundry, Ashtabula, Ohio, 10C1 MISCELLANEOUS. . UTIOHV DTK, Propagator and Dealer In Onipe Vines, Green-House rkvldliig and Vegatable Plants. Persons about to plant Vineyards, will And It tn their advantage to consult me on the selection of sites for Vineyard, Soils, A no's of Wrapt, best mode lld time of Planting. Examine sainplos of Growing Vines and comoare price. Ashtabnla. Ohio. PI HR BRANDY made from Grape Wine, While Caiawhaand ItlacklM-rry Wlnea, rormlcinalpnrpsM, for sale on the North Hidge. JOHN PKllKW. Ashtahula. Jan. ltftt). J- USK DR. WlOOn Honey Onugh Balaam. Rheu. matlc Drops anil Worm Powder, the moat valuable Vegetable Remedies ever discovered. U. M ILLARD, Agent. Ashtabula. Principal Depot forthese and oth er Family Medicine, at No. 440 Main Street Buffalo, New Vorlt Hml(g.l SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD. ERIE DIVISION—TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1870. Hncclal S CIUgoKx,! Toledo Kx. I?. - "r S 9 (2;,:iESSs x Mail Acc, i S 3 5 S K S 5 E 5 S $ S S ST" I 1- . v- vm v- w- - W w Special ' N. Y, Kx.,B.3 S 2 Mall Acc. 's! IS t '? 5 !: 5 5 U S S S 3 JaJviaioiowiaipici-st-'tsrf 7 a! is 'Clu Express. - ) . I Day Ex. '35 s JrS 5 I J S. Aihmllo Ex.)1 1 ! f ft 5K' JT"S'"S' fi Trains do not stop at sintiona y, pcrc rhe tirpe s omitted 111 tn anow lame. ciiaiii.I'.s ir. 11 n il, 10W ;rnerp MipM, lvrlnii1. PaoiflcEx.l?:3 8 8 S B j IftlJ f " w If Bt.Bt.Kx.', 8 5 s 2 8 js jw je g -l?f ilE-J'iillillllli 2 ..- - ERIE RAILWAY. 1400 Mllea under S0O ill Ilea nllhutit one iUaiiMtrciueul. 1 liuuiee ol eathca. BROAD GAUGE, DOUBLETRACK-ROUTE TO NEW YORK, BOSTON, ALBANY PRINCIPAL POINTS IN NEW YORK, AND NEW ENGLAND, AND THE OIL REGIONS OF PENNSYLVANIA. TlIIS litiil Wny Extfii.ln' ft-om I(clt'slcr to New York .Miles. UiiHitlu lo New York 453 IMiles. D.hiIita lo Now York 400 Milea. Cliivelittul to New York 3.r Ciiiciiiimli lo New York 800 Miles. and Is from 'ii to 27 miles the shortest route. All Trains run directly through to New York, 800 miles, without change of Couches. , From and uflur June 1 3tl) , 1870, trains will leave iu connection with all Western flirt's, as fqllowr: New York bay lituress, leaves Cincinnati alt 15 P. M.. Saiuuilsys excepted; Cievelund from Atlantic aud Great Wu-tcru Ocpot, by Columbus, (jhio, tt)e, dally, (Salnrduys excepted), at to.) P. M.; Buil'ulo from Ueuot cor Exchaugeaiid Micliignu Sis., by New York ttie, dully, (Sundays exccptcili, al 7.UJA.M. Arrivuta Hornellsville tl.50 A.M., Sus quehanna v. m., (Dincl Turner' 7.4a r. m.. (Supper), and ar.ives In New York II.3J p. . Con nects at Biiigliuinptou for CoopcrMown, Albany, and, tile celebrated Hummer resort. Sharon Springs, at Great Bend with Delaware Lackuwupua and Western Railroad, and III Jersey city uilh Mid night Ivxhrsss Tniiu uf Sew Jersey Uailruad for Philiidelphia. Sleeping Coaches are attachud to this train at Cleve land, mulling through to Horucllsvillc (Breakfast! ; and new and Improved Drawing Room Coaches ure allached at Rulf ilo running through to New York. linprcus Mull, loaves Dunkirk from I'nlon Depot and Burtulo, via Avon and via llornclisvillu, dully, junouys excepieu j bi Y'HM A 1m arriving 111 iev UIK UI I lU A. Lliflttulnu livpreaw, iDally), lpatr t'uclnnutl H. 4.1 P. .M. ; an ivcs at Wist Kulein at II. in A. M., (Breukrart) : leaves Cleeluid ISA A. M. ; Lt-av-ittshurg H id A. M. tllti'uklasl ): Meailville 11, vil a. M. (Dine); Dunkirk 1.30 P. M, Btiil'.ilo x.AO P. M. Arrives at Horuellsville H.1U r. 3. (supper), an J arrives in iinv' York T.IK) a.m. oilillJqs 01 i;ill'a with Northeiti l'.irul Rail, wuy for Willliiiusport, llarrtsbiirg aud the South, at Jersey City with morning Express Trnln of Now lersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Baltimore anil Washington, and ut New York willi morning trulus fur Bostou and all the New England cities. Bleeping Conches tre attached, to this train at Lenvllls. hurg and at Bult'ulo, running ihruugb to fteu' York with out change. NlJilll lixprem, dally, (Snndaya cxccpied) : leaves llull:ilo at II. .l I', i . arrive at Turner's ut S.p" a. m (It.eukf.s:). New Vink at II, oil v. i), Connects M. tork at 10.no A. M. Connects al New York will! steamer and afterroou tiaina for Boston aud New England cities. Clni'luuatl Kxprc, daily. (S)udaya except ed. Ltve C'inciiipui at ? Ii) A. l.:nrrlii-s al yest Salen at l.cO P. M ; (Dine); Leaves Cleveland at , P. M., Mendvillc C.no P. M , (Sijpper); Dunkirk H Ml P. M. ; Ituftulo 11 vtl p. M. Stops t Susouchanua 7.6SA. a., (Hkl.l.l: Turner's l.i.'ip. (U.ni)jr), tud irrjvc. in New York at H.hii p, m. Connects at Eluilra f'tif W illianisporl. Ilurris hurg and the Sonth ; at Owcgp ror Ithaca ; al Iling haiupton ror Coopurstown, Aliwiiy and t-liu celebra ted summer resort, Sharou Spring : at Greyeourl foi Mewhurgh and Warwick, and at Xc?v York v. Ill evening trains and ateanior for Boston, and hev England eitier. Sleeping Ciatclies are ailarhcd tp this train at Biiflulc running through to Susquchanioi, p4 t Leaiitteliurg. running through to New York. , Only One Traill East on Sunday, leaving Cine nnuti at V.45 A. M. ; Cleveland at 7,115 A. M. ; IlutlnloS.Bo p. ., nd Dunkirk 1.80 p.m., reaching New York at 7.01' . ' Boston ai)d Tew England Pasecngers, with their Bug gage, are truustuireilis (MaW I" ' Yoik. The best veutllated and most luxurious e):cuugcpacli eiN Tim world, accompany all night traibs uu this railway. HrTh Erie Railway Company ha opened a new Furry from Ihelr Jersey Cily Depot to the foot of "HM St., New York, thus enabling passengers to reach llie upper portion of the city without the expense and an noyance of a atreet car or ooililh))- ffiinrtcr. IsflThfi scenoFy along f lie eulro route of the Erie Railway Isor the moU plcleresuueand heantiruleharac. ter. Admirers of Kutiire beuuiics. in a iliivllg'il oure over this Lino, will Mud In its ever changing laniUuipus suMectsof cuutiuual adwirailun apd iufurust. Baggage Chucked Through aud Fare always as low as by any olherroiite. Ask for Tlokets, Via Eru Railway. 1 , Which ea be obtained at all principal Ticket Office pn main and connecting line. ' Kill L. D. Ruckkr linn, tjuu VI u. It. Babh. On. Pa: Am improve,!your.siqht ' flV TUB l'8E OF PYKE'S PARABOLA. SPECTACLES Hai .factory at I'dpa, Ncjv t'prk, (f EOI1GE WILL AUD, p-lur In Drug and Medclpe. Hardware. c. Ashta bula. Ohio, a euuiiiuted agent ftjr the alo of tho abu"b celebrated spectaules. Person wearing vlasse. or those Iu need of tlieiu. will 10 well to call. Air In every case we guaroutee to ilt t'l Sight Burfectly. r fV Ho Peddler Employed, if 10)11 I OEM IPEH Y E hnvn a orood upily of prcellent Lake Io, which ar will deliver three day tea veck, at an cent par hundred pounds. W sell for ojl cent at the lea House, lease Kod lo yoor order. ...... A. A. BTBOSOACO. AUbJIpoi,MAtyUb, 10, paMf SELECT POETRY. The Highest. A niBKlc bout, 1 11 aflont On Hie Rtoriny ion of Life . Willi pure bright brow, 11 liild nt the prow Steered through the rjinn ntril'c. And mid thcatorm, that chcrnb Turpi Bung clearly, ceasing- never j "Hrlght ilopu will sail through tho fiercest yale Oo th sea of Life lorever," The boat aped on ; the day was gone Dark clouds that child surrounded, Yet like a slur it shone a fur As it ever onward bounded, And Mjtber itrown, ta altcteti lone 8uii lirinly, InlterinK never: "Fnilh Bleers tiriuhl, lliro' the blackest nlglit, Ou the sen of Life forever." Through perils dark, that, magic bark. To ils heavenly haven bounded ; And the child lull-grown, like nn angel shone, Its brow with a crown surrounded. And hlli it sung, with seraph tongue, Its music ceaaing never; "Lve shilling bright, is I lie highest light On the ISch of Lite forever." The Red Man's Love. Love is all potent. The civilized nii'l thf b.'ii but'oiis, tho weak and the uti-oncr, the (liitllaiii and the tiieant-Mt ftiihjcia ul hi t lun ultke rcctio;iiij!e iln nwiiy. .Spot let! Tail, the ilireci tleKceiulant ol a lung line ol illut-U ious eliiellai a of the Mar like SiiM.x, and whose name in tun.'iliar to the ieuplf til the flitii (. country in con liccluiii with iTcept v iaiL with a jiatiy ot hit. HUiiioi'M to AVnliiiiglun and oll.er hibU i ii ciiiec, in a very good case in point. Muiiy jeam ago, when )olled Tail wit a young mid tla.-bing wariior, whoae nide was Ins limsc, and Iihh glory Wia the Mling id' gory M'uli8 wliieh ilaugltd trooi his iiatiiile how, lie inel and lovnl a lilsky daughlti' of his Iv.Ui; about w Iiush rei-pieinlciit biiiniy we lit-ar evtn to liii lay Iroin lioiilieiMiiiiii who sj4W itl lie age had robbed her of the woi. (Irons t liiinii.- w liicb made lit r noU iJ in her youth, ami whieli did not wholly loisake Her in her old age. The union between the young i hiet ami llie Indian liiiinji n ret ins lo Dave been ciiararti-nzcd by all the (el teiil loe of hiel) we read so nun h in riiory, but so ieioi nee exetni iih i 111 ile, and especially aits ilieir 11114 lil.il allaeiiliit'llt in si rung colli last lo thai usually exisiiuu; between llie red mail and the squaw. During all the chunking foil tints ol the liliie, through pinspeiily and adveisily, iu war and 111 Jnnee, in yollh and in old gf, Spoiled lull clung lo his tiist and only lute wilii au intensity pj n(Wlioi which excited the ndrniialiou and respect ol liiepU ami toe alike. L'nul ubotii. a year since vV'iitnonaissa," the inline by which llie cli p tain's coiisoil was known through out the nibe, was insejiarDlu Iroin her liegu loul, always accoinpa lying lii oi the v ai path, as well as on Ills mule peace I ul limiting expedition, Jitil, eai'ly in the spring of last year, she who had never known w lull il watt lo have a day's sickness, was attacked with rhelt liiatisin, vvliiih soon assumed so Mggl'a ar led u form .as lo render her eulirely helpless, and from llie citects ol wlncli she tin-illy died, i'obab!y the lell dis ease which fettered the free limbs dialed and lictied 1 lie active nature which uotid mil bl'uok confinement, and hasten ed her death, Al the lime Spotted Tail left for te Easl she was vtiy teelile, but her erudi tion excited do jmriiciilar alarm, though il rtquned a good ileal pi iei suasion to induce the (Jlncl lo make llie III)) with itl het, he Ipsisling upon het uucoin panyilig iin, bedridden us hlie wan. iJtiiing bis abscnci she bccuiutj worse, mid a messenger was dispalched to litis cl.y, who ul once called 011 Col. Sullivan ana had lul (j)hcei' send a leiigiam lo Cadai lJogi, ivno was 111 charge, uf ihe linlluii ot-legaiioii, tippiislng the (Jlncl ot llie low comliliop ol ins beloved " W'a iiionaissa," and urging lijs imitiedialu re tuiii. 'i'i.u (Jispiitcli reached Siolletl la 1 J it Chicago. aii he Igsi no tune in Hastening Innne. 'J.Vd days before he reached Whelslone Agency, llie head qttarters ot his U iln , she died aud was otji'ied, Jle iiuuiedlalel' Inn) ile re mains disinterred, and our jiijui;inl says il was a j);iit.ltil sighl to see the prolouud and bater gtiel wliicli look possession if fh" C'lel us lie looked upon the dead luce ot her he had loved so truly aud so well, Over the usual siou-al features of burn wairun gival teals couiseij like n lorunt, while his broad l !csl shook and hea ed w uh tts gi'(.'!it ugouy. He crttighi the inatd uiatu toi'iu in ids brawny urms, calling her by. all the endearing uames Willi t hi. h he had hi en wol to av)ake llie loyidight ju Ip-T dark eye l days agone, while lie rained hot, passionate kisses up n the dusky mai blo of Ijer dear, dead tee, At 'he time llie geuiUiiian irom wiioiii we derive our iiiioriiiuiioii leli Wln lsloiie, Spoiled Tai was giving ex piesa 011 10 Ins gi it-f ii) a ipauiier peculiar ,0 tils ii'jle. All the presents and irinkils of every sort, which lie received whiii- oil hlsi Eastern journey, lie buried. ..Dinning thai they wei-"bad inedlcilie. and in soipc way ileal " of i Wile, lesmiiisilde tor .lie Al.ny of the pies- flit a were of ureal VoJlD', yel wm Uuiei slaiid lint, he reserved not a x'esl ige 01 any ill made Inlil w hile absent ou his joijciey siokeu ot. lju has ulso dispard ed ail lii litlhers tirntjijieuls, aud clones olj evt ry soil, txc -pf. the bieech-clotil, aiidjful.j. ii himself )q al) sori, pi' per siaji:i iliscomfort. and humiliation. llo liiM im aietf his' botly wilh grnisw and tilth pf ohi; sort ain another, and, auerair e 1 Ins ies.ui t j li knjves, sharp stndis, ile., until he is a trigild sighl to behod. Aui ii he w ill stand with his arm folded across hjs chest, guying al the sun for two hours if I a lli)ie, wljjle not a iniiscu of his body piovi s j thpf) he will pasji hit arpis In lore hijn, and, with eyes bent pp flie gi'PH'id, I'-' will eoinmeiice a uioiiiuf'ir chaiil whip, h will keep up lor another hour or two ; this is follow., fid by throwing himself upon ie ground, where In wijl rl atid tumble about in a perlei) paroxysm ot rage until be Ue poincs pouipleiely exhausied, only to i't)r peat the routioo of hi rxpouruiui; opyu .- r . liia Awakening, Since hi return homu lie has not washed himself once, and, us the dirt in which Le rolls readily adheres to the urease with which hia body is ameared, it van readily be imagined w hat a tillhy condition he la in. Thua nimiitia? this untutored savage for the loved and lost, and rude, un couth, and even ridiculous, as are his ex pressions of grief, they ate none the less sincere and heartfelt, and therefore en tilled to our respect, if not tu our iip pi'oval. Wanhiiitton I'umr. Advice to Young Men. A lady who signs herself a "Martyr to lute bonis," oilers the following sensible auggesiion to young men: Dear gen tlemen, between the agws of eighteen and lol ty-tive, listen to a few words of gratuitous remarks. V hen you make a social call of isji evening, ou a voting lady, go away at a reasonable hour. Say you come al S o'clock, and an hour and a half is certainly as long as the most lancinating of you in cuuvei'4lion can, or raMier ought to use his charms. Tw o hours, indeed, can be very pleasantly silent with music, chess, or other games to lend variety; but, kind sirs, by no means slay lopger. Make shorter calls and come oltener, A girl, that is a sen srbe, true-hearted girl, will enjoy ii belter, and really value youraciii,d,iiaiicc more. Just conceive the agony ot a girl who, well knowing I he elliugs of Uolh lather and. mother upon the subject, hears the clock strike ten, aud musi sii ou the edge of her chair, iu mortal terror lest papa should pul bis threat into execution thai of coming down and inviting the gentleman lo break last. And we gli js u,iiuVrau4 it all by experi ence, and know what il is to dread the prognostic ol displeasure. In such cast s a titgil of 1 1 lie! generally accompanies llie closing 01 lic i(jor Ucliind the gal lant, and olid don't gel uvcr the leclini ot trouble lid sttie in the anus ol M01- phcils. i'Jt eu llien, sometimes the dreunis are troubled will) some phantom of an uniy Isuhci, and distressed (lor all par- uci-j mother ; uipl all because a young man will ipaku a longer call than he ought lo. 'ov, young gentlemen friends, I'l, lell you hat w e gfiia w ill do. For tin hour and a halt we will be most irresisti bly charming and fascinating, llien bi- ware ; monosyllabic responses will lit all you iie'd exjieot. And il, when ihe hlhils shall iae blip jiassed, 11 startling inquiry shall be heard coming nouii stairs : "Isn't il time to close up V" you must consider il a righteous punishment, aud taking your hai, meekly depart a sadder, and it ia to be hoped, a vis-i man. Lo not get angry, but the nex. unit you come, keep within bounds. We waul lo rise early these pleasant mornings and in. prove the "shilling hour ;" but when forced to sit up to such unreasonable lippia at night, exhausted ual ure will speak, aud, is a nalur.d con sequence, with the tiunosl speed in cVssii'g, w.; can barely get down to breakfast ip tjnie to escane it repi imaini iroin papa, who don't believe in beaux as though he never was young ; ami a mild, teptoMiig glance trout . mamma, who uipiersiauds a little better poor daughter's feelings, but must HI ill ap procoutWiirdly,lo kee)i Ui aipearaucts. And now, young men, ilinik about these things, and dou'l vvpity8 sake, don'l, respond with a "pshaw," but reiuembei the safe sjile of tep. Social Vice in New York. A IS'ew York correspondent of the Spring field li'ejtubliain riles 1 hit-i ly had ap interview j.h oip pi our ablest New York surgeons, who h.i a. large lamily Jiraciice among our best class of people, and I was nstoiiish-d to Ileal' the bad account he jjuye of tip' hy sjc;il ami moal condilinp ot the I a iter, lie is 110 alariist, but a man disposed to look oil the bright aide of things; yel his statements are far from consoling in respect to the increiise ot wealth and luxury among our jieojile, and the spend vices they haye 'i)na!ei if not pro duced. Any one who haf been through tin extensive distript friiui Fourteenth si reel to the Central Park, betw een Fourth and Sixth avenues, must, h tve been struck w ilh the vast numbers of elegant pmat hopses, woe ttjpear iiuce shptys how pinch money is needed 10 aupply tieii, and iiuiinaies what large incomes the owners 1 must possess. Among the occupants of these houses, whose incomes tango from $ 10,000 up ward, tie love of ease and luxury has greatly inureased of hue, and will) the latter cci tain gonial vit as have been cul tivated. The worst ot I lie vices is in temperance, which, ginpe le war, hag increased to a li'ighltul extent. Kvery where my medical informant said he mul wiii prools of the extent to which I he list; ot stimulants is carried, lie was of the opiniou that pintly tive otl uf one hmnji'ed n)e ijrank ejlher moderately uv to excess, w hi'o among women the habit is becoming common. This is confirmed by oile rs and I have repealed accounts of the extent tp w (lich alcholndiu stimulants are used by the sex under til" guisp pf medicine. .My in formant says hp is cnnstanily called in to treat diseases resulting from tremens, apoplexy, irigl)l'a tjiseasp, plo, The p'iitilenue ot iibiiiljiiu among the Upper classes is another sign of the limes, Il is practiced everywhere, except, among lf.)i ti) Catholics, aslhc clpp'oh threatens all persona who allow il will) the iains of purgaiory. 'There stems to be a uni versal ojiinipii,' said my jntoruiant, 'that under a curtitin lime, to u0ii)ii)it abort ion is i)ot wrong, am) physicians are cpu slapily i)rsj'4 tn afford relief.' The cause of t)it wide extent ot thjs evi) is a disinclination to have tljo tiouble ot hearing aud raising children, and the oi' I'einedy for jt ia jnr the clergy or ot.lier anlhor-ageiiti to (epoipiue js im molality. Thjs tho ProU slant clergy IptS 11 l aa yet. dope, but their squeamish ness ppst be overcome, fif u es'ialj ppver enctved ju flopping this growing aiu. Mpdical opinion is clear unanimous in asi-0iling that abort iou and nitjider are one and the same thing, and there fore- the clergy thi)ul4 pot hesitate to 4o The Rocky Mountains. ELEVATION, GRADE, RARIFICATION, TEMPERATURE AND SCENERY. Wc eoinmeiice tmraseint fit theninuii. aiiis. Thr grade is nni orm, ri-ing ii : miles 2,200 feet, and for the hist IP nili-s over 80 feet to Ihe iniln. Tl... lien of the eni'titry i s'ill iti. oth and undulating, and covered sparsely with the short, ciisp grass; while, as we reach the summit, at Sherman, we (nd ourselves upon the top of an immense mound, stretching afar f.innanv miles in every direction, aud 8,000. feet itboye the ocean. Tuward the north, we behold, p rliapt '2-i or more miles aw ay, a map nificeiil amphitheatre of 25 miles diame ter, sunk ik-i in the rocks and urroun4 mg ((ill-, and known as the Granite Can, von. Toward the south, 105 miles away, Tike's I'eak looms tip, plainly visible; to the itorih-wtst, 100 miles distant, we see Elk Mountain, a famous landmark; and 75 miles lo llie sunt h-w est is Long's I'eak. No range of mountains of ini pottaiit altitude is nciir, no ravines of great depth, and the traveler who ex pt els startling scenery of awe-inspiring magnificence, or mountains of stupend ous bight, will be astonished at the evenness td the landscape, although the majestic distance will surprise hint. lim how exhilarating ihe at 11101 lo re J You almost (eel ready lo take Mhgs and fly away. The air is cool and bracing, the sunshines brilliantly upon this iini'uense table land, and the etlect ot light and atmosphere, together wi h the sensation ofexireiin- iilmmle, overlooking peak after peak and distant range ot inotiu ta.ns, give to the behulder a feeling of 4e. p iuspiialiou and high exultation. (11 oilier words, you seem to be ou the top of crmtiwi. Il is easy to feel happy aud joyous there. Every face wears a smile. The scene is feully one of sublime grandeur, The wild, destitute country around, si retching we know not how many miles away, never relieved by a single lit e, and scarcely by a shrub, re veal bleakness and desoaljou every where ipii'iis the sun declines, and llie shades of night draw near, they tell us the cold winds come sweeping down across that summit ami whistles wjil a lieiceness we peyer khew at home iu our computable renin. Never have we tell such a sensation of being utteily alone. Ao lile-iiispiriug object meets the eye. All is solitude, complete isolation from mankind, and you are. left aloue ill the presence of your Creator, The exceeding lightness of llie almost phere soim-liuics alloc Is the traveler un favorably. At lirst it is ditlictill to ureal he, t! e lungs expand ami llie heart beats quick ; bul alter a tew moments you become accustomed to it, and how delicious are lilt deep draughts ot moun tain air, reviving yoi un,d throwing a double power o jiivigoratiou julo your runic. The winters here are of unparalc4 seventy. Even in summer the cool winds sweep sometimes getnly, sometimes s iMiigly, yel constantly stirring ; and "f'.eii our sleeping-cars need tii'ps 'o uiake 1 hem warm and comfortable. But in wiiiier the holiest tire ean scarcely over come the piricjng puld ; ipid double windows, double blankets, and double overcoats hardly suffice to make the tourisl coiptqi'lablc. Wry little Know remains upon the ground, being mosily driven and swept away by the winds, Tl)- largest quantity yet thai remained upon the ground for oyer a year past was bill three inches, and .hal lell j' the mou;h of May. No dan ger tu (he working of the railroad is ap pichciided from the (Ujttt p( the suuu' ; out the rapid formation ol diilts causes a very serious incnii vLeiice. Hence, w e often Sep siniw-seds, completely cover ing the track, w herever we pass hroigh a cut of any magnitude, while on short er curves or cuts a snow-fenpe about 8 feet high, l retching along the track for several hundred feet in length aud about 100 or 150 feet back. The fences inter rupt th" driving snow', in4 f"nii an ed dy or current ol air, w hich piles the snow in huge drifts between them and the track, thus keeping the railroad in a measure quite clear. The east winds usually brings cob, rain aup; tlje deep est pows ; Inutile worst siorms pump irotu the soulh-west. The coldest day of the 'winter of 1808-9 the inclinometer stood 8 (leg. below zero. Que the warm est day of tiie same season the iheriipiiip cicr siood '22 deg. 'tbove ajiTo. In sum mer lime, however, in llie middle ol the day, il ol'eu rises to 00, 70, or even 80 deg.; bul receded rapidly at night to 30 and0 deg, a , il This is from the "Drawer" of the last Harper: "Iu Indiana a husband, after if spree, was led home by qip' of his friends, who, after disposing him safely op his doorsteps, rang the bed, and retreat ed somewhat dubiously to the oilier side of the struct, to seo it il would be an swered. J'rouipily the ''port? was "oiivertcd," and ihe fond 1 ponso, who had been wappig lor her lllianl, tiehehl him in all his loddiness. 'Why, Wither, is thjs you ?" "Ves, my dear." -What in the world ha kept .011 so ?" "Ileen out 011 little mm with th boys, my l-d-arling. " by. )) alter, you are in- luxiealeil I" " -y-e, uear, f psnmaie that's so." "Whal on earih made you get so drunk ? Ami why oh, why, do you t;ouiu home to me ji iltjs dreadful slate J"' "IJeeause, my daijing, all th' other placesV shut up !" ji I Coijou as Pkotectio.v to animals Desert animals as a rue, are 4'8ertH,ol- ored ; llie Hop is an t xitn'ple f this, and most invisible when crouched upon the sand or among iho 4l'l''t I'ocfcs and slopes. Anteloiies are all more or less sandy-eplored. The pamel is pre-eminently 0f TI'p l?-yj,,,:f t'1 ,s s'Hiiiy; a'" Australian Kautaroos : and the original color of tho wild horse was sandy. The rjesert Ljrds are sfil more remarkable for their assimilaiivo hues. The stone ohats, larVs, quails, theroatsuckerT and the grouse, which abound in the North African aud Asiatic deserts, are tinted and mot t lud lo resemble tho color and aspect ol lb? soil tby inhibit. be Fetch on Your Rats. Adnm Tcpler keep a tavern in Alb ghatiV. (ne ruther gloomy evening re cciitly, when Adam w a. in a nil her gloomy hit mar, slranzer triaen'ed himself about bed time, and atked to stay all night. ''Certainly." said Adam, ryeing the raiher seedy-looking stranger. "Il yon take breakfast, it w ill be youst one did lar." ' "But I have 110 nioney," said the man. I am dead broke, but if you will trust "Ah." said Mr. liepler, "I don't like that kind of a ciiM.nmer. I could fill iiiiue In use every night mit dat kin'!, Iiut dat wonH help me run dis house." Well," sanl thi) stranger, after a pause, "have you got any rats here?" "Yts," replied Adam, "you'd belter believe we have. Why, the place is lousy mil depi." "Well," rejoined the map, "I'il tel yon what i'll do. If yon let me haw lodging and breakfast," I'll kill all th. rats to-morrow. "Done," said liepler, who had lotif been desperately annoyed by the number of Norwaya I hat ieteslvd his pi cmisi? So t he stranger, a gaunt, sallow, mel-auc.huly-.lo'ikiMg matt, was show 11 to lied, and no doubt had a good sleep. After breakfast next morning, Mr. IJcpler look occasion iu a very gentle manner to re mind his guest ot tic contlacl of the previous night. "What! Kill your ratal Ccr:aWily," said Ihe melancholy si ranger. "Where are they the thickest V" "Der are putty dick in de barn-yarj," anawetcd Adam. 'Well, let's go out there," said the stranger. "iui slop : nave vou got a piece of hoop-iron ?" A piece nbotil fifteen feet long was tirpught to the stranger, who examined ll caielully from one cud to the oilier- Expiessing himself enlirclyj satisfied, al lengi), with its length Slid strength, he proceeded to the barn, accompanied by Mr. Dcplcr and quite a number of idlers w ho were anxious to see in what manner the great rat-klller was going to woik. 4r lying there, the stranger looked mound a little, then piaccd his back against the bari door and raised liis weapon. 'Now," said he to .A''P, "I'm ready. Fetch 011 your rats.'' How this scene terminated we are not precisely informed. Ii is said that al though no rats auswert d the apju-al of the stranger, Mr. LJcpIerbegai) 10 smell one pretty strongly at this juncture, aiid became very angry. One thing is cer tain, that is, thai the new hoarder was, not at Adam's table for dinner, nor for any subsequent tneal. He had suddenly resolved to depart, probably to pur sin his tiyupation of rat-killing ju other (quarters. iu The Xew York Picayune tells tho fol lowing : "The partiality of the darkey for the sun is proyerbja!. noou-day, with the fierce rays shining dovyn ou his bare head, the moquitons singing about him and the flies making amorous dalliance with his nose and lips, he sleeps and streams. Que ohl dai key iu the Fourth district has daily, for months past, se lected the doorstep of a prominent resi dence for his noou-day nap. Beir.g driv en idT one day foe comes the next. "With his head thrown back and his mouth wjde open, he snores away to the ex ceeding discomfit ur of The inmates. Culled to the door by this disagreeable diapason a few days since, the lady pt the jisiuse' coin-hided she would try" an experiment. For this purpose she pro cured a snrall piece of ice, and dropped into the huge orifice that served' as SiHPSo's ipo'lth, Il disappeared like a shot, and with a cough and a snort, Sam bo started to hitt feet. L'gh ." foe cried, as the ice sent violout thrills through his stomach, 'What tlis!' and his lingers clutched nervously the afflicted parts. Just l)' spine line piv4 Pill in the house that a big rat had njn down 'Un cle Sam's' ihrpal. This added terror to his pain. Hi! rolled on the htnquette, and cried lustily for help. f'Fpre God, Missus, he's gnaw iug oul'n pie, I feels him. Oh, golly, he's kijl'n H"",' aipl the the whites of the darkey's eyes profrpd ing like saucers, and the convulsed and anguished face showed liat real pain was strongly enhanced by Ins imaginary terror. 'Uh, golly, how he do jump aud kick abottl,' aud Sambo again gave him self up to if jmroxysin d lainpiif atlon. 'Drink warm wa'er, Uncle Sapi. aud drown hint,' the lady suggested. With out a moment's hesitation Sain started for the Witter ping. Hp turned pn the crai.k ad thp H'alcr siai le'. Sam glued hi lips to the nozzle until his sides were puffed out like an inflated balloon. MI'ow do you feel now, JJnele Sa" y' f he Jatly inquired, as Sun staggered back tn his seat. I guess lie's drowned, Missus; but here's vv hat's troubling this chile: hoio dut '' fftrine to tiit oiil'n (far i ' " a I I I Henry Clay used to say that I here wpre three classes of jieojilp M ilh whom w as never sate to qijurrcl ; "First, ministers; for ie reason that they could denounce me from the pulpit, and had none through which to reply. Second, editors ; for they had the most powerful engines from which they could every day hurl wanh mid fnry upon m', and 1 had none through which to reply. And, finally, with women ; for they would have the list word anyhow.'" a be Tho California cpust niny yet be selected in prcfcri uce lo any PlhT part of the wor)d as a result lor ronsuuiplives, the more southern port ion? of that slate surpassing, In rspect to Hie fwp igsn!ials equable lenipcrature and dry sir the Riviera or Ihe Island of Madeira, Tim extrenjrs of temperature In Junuaay and July and lie rainfall in the three localities are thus slated 1 Jlentone, 40 and 73 degrees teni- pern I ure) w iib 'H inches rainfall j Funphal, CO and 70 degrees, with 80 Inches ; Ban Diego, Stand 73 decrees, wph only JO laches rain fall, ir these fact can be generally raaaa known, ant) lje lufereuce as to the sullabla new of Die cliruata be fiurreci, that whl,ch Is woftb to Invalids mora thaa all her gold may tbupd pp oat Pne$o sjiors. to Proud Flesh. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Bfcaiiae you flourish In worldly affairs Don't lit? hnmrlity, and put on airs, With insolent pride of station I Don't lie proud and turn up yournoss Al poorer people In plainer clothes, But lenrn for the sake ol your mind's repot That Wealth' a bubble that comes and goes I And that all Proud Ft-sh, w herever It grows, la subject lulttitntion. How a Grumbler Was Cured. A DOMESTIC SKETCH. M'tny a wife U urevioitblv wounded by th constant and unnecessary lault fiading of her husband over Ihe food which she has prepared. often with direct reference to Ida expressed predilection. Oftenlim's w omen, Uave been heard lo dctbir that the first few yesrs of house keeping were made wretched by this. I have known a ninu to leave a tiflli-rate boardinir hoiis.-, where soiL-d tabde cloths were tliv rule, sloopv n.-, turbid coffee, aod, die iueviiiible "hash," were not the eaception, and silting opimsitu hia youiiR wife attheir on table, nu reili -sly stab her wth unjust re maiks upon the well cooked meal before him. just aa if l.e were not voraciously devouring better food tin.& he had ever oeen accuatobaed lo. I'erliaps Ibis fault-finding has Ihe same ef fect upon tiie uppvUte aa a t.'b brated table sauce hai, (or the liaVumd gr.nnbltr generally eats w ith a relish of the condemned dish, thereby fdvin:.' the liu lo his words. The tol lowing story conlains its own moral: "Mary, your corn bread is Dever done j I wonder w hat is the reason everybody else baa things rybt and we alwayi have things worn-." "Why, Joe, I m sure Die corn bread has nev er been in iiis state In-fore. You see the firs had a 'nt' and couldn't be made to burn tula ui indnjj." "Oh, yet, you are n'Uayi ready wltn. aa ex-, cuse. Xow, there is Mrs. Smith, her stao never has fits. And she always Ifas the light est, sweetest breid, and the nicest cake and tircscrvis f ever ute I ulli rnnM toL, r.a tern by her." "Well, I am sure. Joe, I do my best, and I think I succeed oltener than I fail. I wish I could suit you always but that, I suppose, can scarcely b'. expected," and Mary gave a weary siyU. Mary Starr had been married about a year, durinir which time she bad found housekeep ing rathej-up hill work. Hhe was a neat Jittle body, and conscientiously did her best tq please her husband ; but he, w hatever mlht the reason, w as very hard to plea&e In fact. seemed determined not to be pleased with any thing she tud. Perhaps, like the old soldiers one of Dicken's stories, be bad a vital apd, constant sense that "discipline most be main tained." At any rate, he never allowed Mary be pleased with herself on any occasion, IP he could help i'. Mary was an amiable w ife, fortunately, and not easily Irritated, though, ty tell the truth, there was t mes wheu her forbearance was se verely ij-jed. For Instance, whenever she and Joe It. ik tea out, or went tq a patty, or even ch trcb, he seldom allow ed the opportunity pas untjbr;i(.td tu animadvert upon some deficiency in rookery, manners, or dress, on the pari of bis wile, and that ia public. For instance, it would be, "31 rs. Jones, w hal beautiful gppnsp pake you make ! Man', take notice bow lij-dit this cake I wonder w hy you can never have it so pufy?" Or, "Mrs. Brown, yru certainly ore adept at entertaining comp iny. I wish, Mary, that you would try p steal Mrs. Brown's art." Or, Mrs. Green, your dress is a ways most becoming your taste is exquisite. don't see why ll is, Mary, that with all I spend for you, you never can reach the piquant style of Mrs. Green." On these occasions Mary w o uld blush and bite her lip, and be inwardly an noved, but she was a wpuian of loo much pride and good sense to make a display of her chagrin, ; and she was feully too good natured and Christian person to let it change her feelings toward Joe, whom she knew to be, alter all, very fond of her, and a very just man at heart. After a while, too. seeing that the fault was probably curable, she belhquht herself bow she should proceed in order, tq break hint qf bis disasreeuble habit. Fortune favored her. One day a lady, one her most valued Iriends and best neighbors, called lo invjle Mary and Joe to a tea-parly at her bouse. "It will be a small a!F.iir,'' she said, "but very pleasant. I Ihink. You only are wanted to make the scale of harmony complete." Well." said Mary.' I will come, Mrs. Vane, on one condition." "('onditiop t Has it come to this, that you. must make condilions f 'Well, my dear, make your demand.''' "The copd'.tion )s," said Mary, "that jfflU will altW me to furnish all the refreshments.'1 "Well, that Is an odd idea. Mary, my dear, hope you don't mean to insinuate that I ara getting ppor'; "No, Ilallie; thank fortune she has show ered her favors upon you quite liberally. But have a notion for Ihia, w hich, if you please., will not divulge; only let me have rny own way this'onee. Just for the oddity of Ihe thing." "ff anybody but yon, Mury, had made such request of me, I certainly should have taken offense. But levcr could be angry with you. So, if ll w ill be any satisfaction b you, though for the life of me, I can't imagine what J .loin I T u 11 ramr.lv with vour condition. Wlieu may I espect my supplies V" . "Let me sc. To-morrow is my baking day, .,. , - - f r and yoir tea-party is not to be before Thufs- i lav. iVell. on Wednesday afternoon you f Uall supplied Willi bread, biscuit, cake, and all other accessories! and mind, the only thing I allow vou to furulsh is butter, which I do not make.'' ' . "Ycry Well i It's U settled, then, and I will leave you. On the whole, this arrangement suits me; ll relieves mo of a great responsibil ity for your cookery Is well knpwt) to be par ticularly nice. So gqod hy till Thursday." ' ' "Mind you say nothing alwut this, Hattie, any one ; ll IS a secrei 01 mmr. "Very well, n you say; I win eep mum. Good try ajaln, for you will have your 60.0 Ilill IIIIU f 111 UBi ii sy wji 80 off Mrs. Vane went Inwartuy- wonowmtT what crochet, demure, little Mary Ua W Into tier stfady tittle bead. ' J Continued on fourth page.