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4 .Oil -ImMA V ' i I' . it 7 ( ri r JAMES RI2KD & SOIST Xubliehcrs. , ,;. -' : . . .. . . . . . . '. , ' ...- Independent,, in all things' 1 1 mi &2 in Advanoo." enVH , , i .'ATABULA 'jPHIOt;SA.TpBDAY,i,iteAftCH 8, 1873. WHOLE NUMBER 1209;; VOLUME f, ") - ' 1 " . ' ',. - -i T-n T III ! "M ' r Tr-TTITTT- rT.T 1 . (KHni r UBUCHIPTIOHI .Two Dollar et antam paid trlnljr it) advance. Clergyman will bt sapplled with ths ptper for 1 , year. ADVERTISING HATKII f.i tintt nr immm ot Nonnftretl mftkfl tqnr. Oatqnrt wMk, T miqinnqiin. o iri ?woqnamS una, woaqnared year, BOO U00 Oatqnr ( mot.. (00 OgiqunlrHr,, 8 00 Fonrqnre t J oar 1A 00 rear.. IIUI naiiaon lUlfaolnmn 1 yer, M 00 BmlneCrdi otoor(lrllne per yr. -nklimra ilnllmBnnl nf Mfinral 1ntrfft haKrfttM. 1 Looal Nottcaa Tan CenU lint tot tch tnteriloa. . job rmnTiPiQ of tTtry dtteriptlan ttttndMt to on call, and dont In t mint tftpflil manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. i . """t: i' ,V" MERCHANTS. . '-J JAirtRH ft. CLARK, Dcalerln flna I.nmh and Bltnoipnooi Coal, cornerOentrt and Rallmad Bireeia, ; ' AaMahnla. Lumber In car Iota, al cicTtland pricey 1 Coal fttrnlhed bj ear or ton. It prepared '"""'P , Lomber by the A. Y. P Hoad. IKfj TILER CAR.I1.K. Dealera In Fancy and ; BtaplnDry Good, Furnlly Orocnrlee and Orockerjf. Boutb Store, Clareodon Block, Atbtahnla, Ohio. 1W5. dlLKfcV. Dealer InDryOoode, Orocerlea, Crockery and Olaea-Ware. nen door north of Fink Honte, Main ttreet. Athtahnla, Olilo. 10M. g. JH. FAU1.KFIFR Sc SOW, Dealera In Or .eerlee, Provlnlont, Fluor, Feed, FiirelKii and Dnaset- tie Frntta, Salt, Flh, Planter, Water-Lime, Seeda, Ate., Muln ttreet, AthUbnla. Ohio. XT. HEDHEAU, Pnaler In Floor, Po'k, Hamt. Lard, and all kindt of Flh. Alto, til klndt of Furnl ly Ornceriet, Fruttt and Confectionery. Alt and ! mettle Wlnet. 104A. J. P. ROBERTSON 4c SON, Dealert in every description nf Boon, 8hoet. Utt and Capt. Alao, on handattock of choice Family Orocerfea. Main rtreet, corner of Centre, Athtabula, Ohio. 8W. J W, HAIKELL, Corner Sprtnjand Main tti., , Ashtabula, Ohio, Dualert in Ury-Ooodt, Groceries, Crockery. Ac. Ac. WW. S. B. WELLai, Main Stivet, Athtnla. O.. Grocer. Produce and Commlntlon Merchant for the purchase ' and tale of Western Reserve Hatter. Chetee and Dried Frnlte; also dealer In choice Groceries and Provision, Flour, preserved Meats and Fruits, both foreign and domestic ; Bait, Seeds, and Groceries of very description. .. , 10 n. w. mnnniKOiv. Dealer in Drv-Goorts. Gro ceries. Boots and Shoes, lists. Caps. Hardware, Crockery. Books, Paints. Oils Ax.. Aebtahttla O. 800. LIVEKY STABLES. WILL BOW WIN, proprietor of Llverr Stable Mew Horses, Carriages. Kohet Ac. Homes kept by the day or week. Omnibus to tnd from al. trains.-, Stable opposite risk House, Ashtabula. O. 1108 PHYSICIANS. HENRY P. PRICKER, n. D., residence on Church Street. North of the South Park. Office In Smith's New Bl-iek. opnnslte the Flak Houe. 1199 DR. E. L, KINO, fhyslclan and Bureeon. office over Hendry A King a store, residence near St. Peter a Church. Asntaonia,, v 1048 1 Mtli Ac -nOOREi Homnjopnthtc Physicians and Burgeons. Ofncesame as formerly. No. 1 Main Strict, Ashtabula, Ohio. Offlce hours from 7 to A. M.: 1 to P. M., aad evening. May be found at the offlce at night. 1187 kR. B ATIKS, would inform his friends, and the public generally that he may be found at hla residence or Park Street, ready to attend to all professional ealla. Offict hours, from IS to P. M. Ashtabula O. Mavu.iwm. j "" ; HOTELS. THOIIIPsON HOUSE, Jefferson, Ohio. v ';' ; vtt K. FOOTH. Prop. Good Livery In connection with the House. J. C. THOMPSON, Prop. ; Free Butt to and from the cart. 1A I.. ' 1 1 i i i ; - PtSK HOUSE, Aahtabula, Ohio, A. Field, Propri etor. An Omnlbua running to and from every train of eirs. Also, a gwod livery-stable kept In eounection with this house, to convey passengert to any point. - itwo ASHTABULA HOUSE A, J. BatTR, Proprie- -tor Main Bt, Ashtabula, Ohio. Large Public stood Llverr. and Omnlbua to and from the depot. Hall cabinet Ware. . - JOHN bltCRO. Manufacturer oC and Dealer In Furniture of the best descriptions, and every variety. Also General Undertaker, and Manufacturer of Conine to order. Main ttreet. North ot South Public Square. Asntanaia. , i , r . - . J. S. REACH, Manulactnrer and Dealer in Flrai pUat Furultrue. Also, General Underuker. 1188 DENTISTS. P. E. II ALL. Dentist. Ashtahula, O. SftTfW Center street, lietween Main and Park, Offlce 1048 O. W NELSON, Dentist, Ashtabnla. O.. 9tfrY9 vlaltt Couneaut, WednettlAy and Tbu-sday each week. 1109 W. T. WALLArit. D.D.8. . Klngsvllle.O.tspre oared to attend to all ODerat'on In hla nrofesslol on.-i lie makes a speciality of "Oral Surgery" and saving sue atonal teem. lion ' . PHOTOGRAPHERS. FRED. W. BLAKKSLEE, Photographer sn dealer in Plcinres, Kngravings. Chromos, Ac. bavtrg large supply of Mouldlnga of various descriptions, prepared to frame sny thing In the pictnre line, aboct notice and in the best style. Second floor of the Hall store, tnd door South of Bank Matin street. 1IW4 , HARNESS MAKER. ! Xf. H. WILLIAMSON, Saddler and Harness Maker, opposite Fisk Block, Main street, Ashtabula. Onto, has en hand, and makes to order, in the beat manner, everything In his line. 1008 Pi CV FORB, Manufacturer and Dsalerln Saddle Harneae, Bridlea, Collars. Trunks, Wnlpa, etc., oppo tlte Flsk Hew, Ashtabula, Ohio. - - ' 1015 Vj."... JEWELERS. rjvn ear. mcKINaON. Jeweler. Reoalrln all annat or waincet, tjincas ana eeweiry. ohii, Ashubula House Block. Alhlabula, Ohio. JAMES K. STERRINS. Dealer In Watches, Clocks, gewelry. Silver- and Plated Ware, Ae. nalrlna of all kinds done well, aud all onlert nrumiit- v auenoea so. wain ptreet. Asntannia o. t, S. ABBOTT. Dealer In Clocks, Watchea, Jewel ry, etc, Sugravlng, Mending aud Repairing doaa order.- Shop en Main street, CouneaaiOhlo. j . . ' ' . r '"''''' ' . . i r MANUFACTURERS. TREETBR, QIDOINBS tt CO., Jobbers T. ... . . -. .. . I, lu u U 1 aiHinir. Flo.irlua.and Builders' Materials generally. Eapeclal attention ,lven toUlaaed Windows, Scroll Sawing, Momeingt ma. :-.' Q. A. 8TUBETKK A. C. BIDDINGS, j r ,r J.A.KWAPP tl. V.' CVLLEV. Meeufceturer nr uitn, nining, JIouldlna, Cheese Boxes, Ao. Planlnc. atatcbing, and Bcrowl Bawina dona on the thorust notice. Shoo oo Mala ttreet, oupoalte tbt Upper Park, Ath tabnla. Ohio. BENCH aVWBIBLE" M ifac"uraal)ealer IB all Binos Ol loaiuor iu uou...... .m posits Phanlx Koundery. Aahtabula. ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS. SHEHHAN, HALL, Ac IHEBM1N, Attor aeys and Counselors at Law, Aalitanula, Ohio, asetleetn thsOourtaof Ashubula, Lake and Oeauga. LjteaaaVBaaaaJHj .' TuaouoMt Hall. TV- i.B. Saaaaaa, 1048 ' BBtV-lRat II. FITCH, Attorney and Ooontellor at Law, N.itary Public, Aahtabula, Ohio, Special i hnfiaitJmnt of Batatea.and to vayancligand Colleetlng. Also to aUwMtitarlalng ander the Bankrupt Law. ' ,f 7 - t- f.f J22!P?it?w- .n aT f a" l,T- I, O. .PI1II EMJastiot of -the Peaae and Afroni ii.. . r..i K.r a, Kv.nkiin Plre Insurance Owiipa nlaa. to.ltce Is the siora ot tar " -iu.i MataatrouL oonoaite to r wa aims, Ohio. ' ' i ' llll uaaMasv sr i flmcTT. imu Hoisa Insurance pany.of New Vprk (Uaptulv d.aai.OMn. and of Oakv l.ue laaurauce uHipsav,, n-i ".n. .'- to wrltlnnof Doeds, , v uie, c. 108 H. COOK, ArtorJiej nd,Cnnsellr a, iw V. ckii. .iu. hm.1. kuiata Aaeut. Kala iiiaiHm 'I'ltkiior't alor. AaUiahiila, DHIftLS MOOT4I, A.Vry nl unSor r Law.Asli tabfl it, Wv f ; Zl CltM.rtWgrH KfM( A JE, dealers In Tln.Wsre, Hollow-Ware, Shelf Hardware. LaApa aud Uuip-Trimmlnea, Petroleaia, .a ' eppoalte the Flak tswuaa, wd -ai .o, a ran iuua ol Wiu la. olla. Varntshrs, ' BrnahM Atn . , , ,.... , t-n- I ' ' "tt fROnOB . M HUB A H, Dealer la Hardware, Mriin, Steel nd Nulla, Stoves. Tlu. plat. ,',,lro ' t Copper aud Eluc aud tnananvcturer oi in Yin a . IroB tad . Coupar Wart, riak'a Block Aahtsbnla, wJ Tof i t)ntTGOtSTS. MARTIN NRWBRRRV, Drnrelst and Apothe- cajy, ana pwnersi aeaiwr in jLimirs, nnninn". " -and .Maonrt for raedlral nrposertncy tnd Toilet Poods, atalne ttreet, tornsr of Pen Ire Ashtabela. THARLKS B. WHT, Athtabnla. Ohio, weaier in lrut and Medlrlnet, orocenes, reriom... Fancy Articles, uteri or Taa Coffee, Bpteet, Fla vorlne F.xtracla, Patent Medicines of every descrlp tl .n, slnts, Dyes, Varnishes, Brushes, Fancy Boape. Hair Restoratives, Hslr Ollt, Ac. all of which will be sold at the lowett prices. Preaeriptlont preps red with sullahle care. 'W8. 6RWRHI Iflliliilin, neater in ury-uooas, (Inverles. HSIS. i:sps, nooie, nnoes, I rj, ,,!. Wan. Also, wholesale sno retail flesle' in Hani- ware Saddlery, Nails. Iron, Steel, Drn?e, Medicines, Psluts. Otla, Drestuirs, Ac. Msln tt. Athlabata. 10M. FOUNDRIES. atrvitAftn.'Y tinnv A '- Manars . k.i.MiiN.H. tiAM ani rtnlni, Wh, Anrv-sntf and Bills. Mill Castlnfrs, Kettles, Blnkt, tflelgh Shoes. Ac. rneeniz rounarv, Atntanuia, uoio. iwi BANKS. ASHTABULA' NATION All BANK, Athta- bn'a. Ohio. Il7 FAsnKTT, Prer't. J. Sua. Blttb, Caihler. Authorised Capital, 100.0(10. Caah Capital nalri In ainn rtWI. H. Fasstt. i. B. CaoaaT. Bnirca. H J. Ntt.to,B. Nn.ua. Wa. IltiapaBKT, r, E. O. Wabhib, Cbublm Walsbb, P Good, Ilr . . .. 1H octort. TUB ASHTABVLA LOAN ASSOCIATION CAPITAL i(.nuo Offlce Mala Street, next door aouthof FlakHouae doea GaaiKRAL Bakiw Brrmirs. Bnya and sella Foreign tnd Kaatern Evchangt, Gold, Silver, and all kinds or U. 8. Becniitli-s. Collections promptly attended te and remitted for on day of payment, at enrrent rates of exchange. Interest allowed on time deposits. DIRECTORS. t. Mlllmtn. ' Geo. O. Ilnhbard, Lorenso Tyler, J.B.Shepard. i. W. Ha-kell, H. L. Morrison, B. a. rarrtngton. nil F. 8ILLIMAN, Prut. A. A. SOCTHWICK. OuMrr. CLOTHIERS. EDWARDS, PIERCE Dealers In Clothing, Hats Caps, and Gents" FurnlshlngOoods, Ashtabula. O. B84 WATE Art SILL, Wholesale and' Retal Dealers in Riady Made Clothing, Furnishing Good a Hats. caps. c. Aanianuia MISCELLANEOUS. EDGAR HALL, Fire and Life Insurance and Real ElaU Agent., A Wo, Notary VahMc str Coaveyanewk OIBcS over Shttman and UaJl'k Law OBce,' Aahlabie- la, Ohio. 114B GRAND RIVER INSTITUTE, at Austlnhurg, Ashtabula Co., unio. t. Tucaermsn, a. m., rrinci pal. Spring Term bogint Tuesday March Nth. Send for Catalogue. 1148tf J. E. W TROUS, Painter, Glaaler, and Paper Hanger. All work don wiu neatueat ana oetpatcn. 1100 .'I .nil' -I'-.I.H il "OEADYj rtft Cassi'ii'Svvtf, all IX grades, at (he Clothing Honae of list . WAITE&SILL. L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION. From and after January 6th, 187S, Paasinger Trains will run a follows : Q0IW9 WIST. . 8O1M0 ASt, No. 7. jNo.H Distil . Values. . -.. INa-ajNoTi pa a a raaa 85 7 00 0 0 Oil City Eatt 80 8 64 45 7 05 0 0 a Junction I 45 8 45 5 55 7 10 1 1 a Oil City West t 40 8 5 8 OH 7 0 4 7 X Reno , ,,. 80 B SB 8 IH ,n 8 7 S Kun M 8 SB 8 SS 7 84 A 8 a Franklin Sin 8 17 8 45 '7SH 15 8 Summit 01 H 11 8 M 7 58 18 1 a Pulk 1 64 7 6 4 04 B Ot) S 8 a Raymilton 14-1 7 45 4 4 8 t Hi Naples ISO 785 4 87 8 81 S9 8 r Stoneboro 1SK . 7 1 X4.SI r f "81 I Branch; , xl IH x7 15 4 44 8 47 85 6 Clark ! 01 7 10 4 64 8 58 88 8 badley 18 50 7 00 5 10 11 44 8 Salem 1S 45 6 69 6 15 8 16 46 1 A A G W Crossing. . . . W 88 6 80 6 80 9 81 61 1 a Jamcstow:i. ........ Noon. 6 84 9 88 64 S.Turner-vllle ll 61 6 SO 9 4? 67 Salmon's Corners 1141 10 0! i 8 a Andover 1184 I0 13 66 6 Barber's Leon 11 IS , 10 93 70 4 Dorset 11 00 ' 10 40 76 4 a Jefferson 10 40 10 58 tni 4 Plymouth 10 18 . it io 87 Ashlabula 10 Ou 9 90 141 7 Cleveland 7 4.- r a a a , Trains ston only on Signal. xVralna do Bot Stop. xTelegraph Stations. Cleveland Time. The Jefferson Accommooaiion leaves jenerson at o:uu m and arrives at 7:46 n m. a m and arrives at 7;46 p The Way Freight trains stop eiirht trains stop at Jefferson In going West, at 9:30 P. M and going Kastal 7;50 A, M. These tmlnejirrv nAaaentpera. 1 Passenger fare at the rate of 8 cents per mile ; to way stations, couuieu in eveu uau oimes. ERIE RAILWAY. ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted Jan. 20th, 1872. of it at . ui Ri to 4Md and .. L PULLMAN'S bi'Bt Drawina-room aiid . Hleenlnir C aches, combining all modern Im provements, are run through on all trains from Buffalo, miaiienMiiin online, mam H r.iiK, vicirwmi nnu j,ii plnuaU to New York, msktug direct- ciainectlonrWltH alt lines -of foreign aad. coMtwUa stearaurs, ad, alto wltaaoana steamers ma TatiwaviuMBitr posioa, auo other New England cities. lersey City. New yprk.. .,., t. ....... i 4 tor. a.i aaoa.H ' No. t. No. 18. No. 8. STATIONS. Day Llghln'g Clncln. Bxpress. Express Kx press Dunkirk L've. i 50 Ta ISMr.a. 7. Salamanca " 6 10 " 8011 " Clifton, u. ...... 'IW" 'inT 57" Suap. Bildge..t..:v..'" 7 06 " (-"'lotkl " Niagara Falls " 7 10 146 " 10 1 Buffalo! " 7 46 " laO " 1185 " Atuca " Tfa Tts " iFiBrS Portage , " 8 64". 4 48 " SUA " Hornelltvtlrew........ " 10 60 " 606 810 Addison " 11 45 ", 7 00 ". 416 " Kochester " 8 00 4 00 " ' Avon ., C 8 " ......... Bath... " 11 01 " 8 86 " CorulngTnTT " "U08P a I - 4 87 " Blmirs?.; Arr.18 88 - 7 68" 6 08 .,1 Philadelphia., ...."1r 10 afrTIX7rtT7 6 60"a ;io., r.TT.T-5" Tsir-r?(ry arm Blaghamton . -u 80 " J10O5 " 718 Lreas Demi: t, a ui - l so Buto.uehan'a....,...,V 116" '100 800,", Deposit.. ' 4 06 "" 1184 860 Hancocks... i. ..... 4 88 " HHU O''.1 Lacksw'xen..........: W " ' i-.-V.... 11 iq ' lloneadale TW" " JJl'J? PortJervta i..t " "" ; & ii 61 a. Mlddlewwe. ........... " ...w 8 59 . Ultr Otwhen. .............. " ' ......... Turners IS " :. ' 1 Newhurg... "' "155 ," Patterson " I U " I 8 60 " 85 Newartt.;......!.. 'TT' I 1 08 ' .- EorcHv.: " 48 lTsf TlO ' I 55 " 1700 I 1 80 .i . . . ' Arrancaaaents or Drstwlna-Haaaai axiaT Sleeping Caackea. 0 , No. . Sleepint- Coaches from Cleveland to Hornellt- Vlllt, tua Urawing-iwom "atlica mmi oubuou- alon Bridge, Nlagora Fslli and Buffalo to New Vnrlr No, IS. -Sleeping Coaches from Cincinnati, Suspension Dnuire. niauara rans.Dunsio auu nurncua,iiie New York; also rrom Horuelisviue to Ainany No. ..Sleep! . Bridge, I eeptng Coaehes from CleveUnd, Suspension ge, Niagara Fallt and Buffalo to Susquehanna Drawing Rooaa Coaches from Snsquebanna I and Urawtug ' to New York Ask for ticket. Via Erie Railway. For Bale at all principle Ticket Offices. ; jwo. Ii. Abbott, ven. fa. Jigem. at Ia Con- " ft.turdays-Cabln 0ln gold. Steerage .80 enrrer.cy. for I Steeraxe PassaM from Lrverpool, Ouevnatowo, cow and Londonderry lo New York. 4 enrrencv. y Com Charter ;- ana atteet. We tswvet. Uhtae Ware. Ac aM ml CUNARD LINE OF BRITISH AND - U. 8. MAIL STEAMERS Ball from Liverpool via Queens towa every Taesday and Saturday. ., rrom Mew lora every Wednesday and Saturday. Wa: weauevuajra Mima rvssaiia Slau. tiooudldoia ... UU lMna,o, Apply toC. O. PKANCKLYNS, 111 Broadway, N. or U. r ASSSrr A SON, Ashubula. Ohio. 88. CHEAP Cassimeres, Medium Priced Cattlmeres. and Flue Caaslmerea, llie AJCS AniOTtcan, uiiKiia, arruuo, ati.t r.irti!nk8i. tX tf Bl or the rsll su Ivir.tef trade are oo w Aoaatars aafak- ng lataautHta. UeUevlag th m - -a Best Clothes r so oe is CHEAPEST,: wa have porebaeed and are well prepared la mak Bieula, from Ilia follow Bg brands af bruadntotha Doeeklnt. linger Broipers. annat e inicaneasoi and Scti as Ivies ; also uevunenire averaeys sua a.araou.1 bi ll Uu Destrawe shaoet. as wen at ueraaaa 1 sad Sasalgbi Sataed omsils, 1 ls Hat Al .... 1 la van auwtlaa ta ii ttrtanaaA taaha aln. ..'.I . . IS i VAXr SILL.' hea.riM 'l':L":.U SELECT POETRY. COMMON SENSE. BY MRS. N. M. I. CLEVELAND. "I know from flai our lines come, From iheep we get the woolen," 8o tald s maid of twenty-one. Who'd flnlthod off het tchoollng'. "But renlljr now I mail confeat Indeed, Iv'e quite forgotteD Wlmt aolmtlit I tuppllei . , ' "v The whole roond world with cotton. , V And laid ftiuttt frnm college froth, '' 1 Well vented in Greek tod Latin, Frttm' Ilk-Woroii we obtain the allk, But wbaoce tomes all the tatln f "Twm In a town not diitant far. In good old Berkahlre count, A tclentlflc man partook OF eoinc plain houarwlfe'i boontr; "And what Ii tlilt?" lie milling asked, The ii.nnle avnin alnninir. i ''frflm treea. hunv It emn enrd aiae. Ana in tin iiate, wuue dripping r ' A learned man be waa, 'll true, In rock and lerni and graase. But thought the tree of Berkihlre Co. Ran down wilb pure molntae . It Koi wiser he (be grare divine," ' Wbo had come meat for (ailing. And bow 'twa done, wa long, 'tli ald. 'Twlxl two opinion baiting. At lust some wage the cellar watched, To find out bi device, Wlit'D 1 1 they found him meat In band All cut lo Utile alioe. Which sprinkling nicely o'er with salt, Perbap 'twa to divert them They saw biro to the bung-bole go, '"" And carefully insert them. ,u TarntHrket onci a youthful dame " In cloak and fun waa going, ... The ground was while wilb winter snow And cold tbe wind was blowing. - "To morrow" said she lo htmlf, And iben aloud repealed "Some fn-ah caught salmon, lamb peas, Not I my list completed W ittaoul some ora and coeober i -; . f PerliHp tliey're out of season - - Like every thing I order now I wonder what's the reason." . t :Twaa when Iho first aatamntil firm.' Had nipped the summer garden, When viDea lay withered on the ground And cor began -to harden,' 1 That to tbe culinary relm Bhe late one morn descended, To tee tbnt to the noon repast, ' The cook bad well attended. "l'vejusl tho't, Jane, that we would bare -v.? A uuiicu uaw lur vur uiuner. "Ocli, mistress, sure I'm not the one That would Us su :b a sinner. - 'Tie twelve o'clock now, and you dine ' " Precisely here, at one ma'am ; Tbe water cow Id now in the well, I guos t'would be a boiled haml" : " But smiling at her honest words, : Our lady did not mtod tbem. - 1 ? Borne lettuce, too, w'll have," she said, "And peas, IT you can find ihem. Buppooe the ham is not well done, 'Twill do barm to try it, If worst to worst comes, bake it, Jane, -1 If there' no place to fry It" - ' These n.oJera dumes the woader are Of ol I, experienced sages ; Bi t t.u y in turn so sacred bold Tua w isdom of past ajres, That no iuvenliou can improve The waya of times so olden. . 11 ear how they scorn -our common sense And mourn the agt golden. Tbe housewives ol the present day AreCai ki ruin going, - h . Their stockings woven by machines, Mneliiues lo do tlulr sewim;; Machines besides to nniko their bread, And put it in tbe oven, Aud tuke it out too, without hands. Oh wnirt rwiflttdilffvetij" A ' ) Tht-vr ts(lls,jrvn. hey eannriol ock Machines must do it lor them ; Their knives and forks, s patent right Is Just made out to scour ihem. Our Minim we n.Afi tn a"iih and aan:1 And w bi: k snow 16 keep taetiw i' 0 I Mow carpets, even, do not suit Without machines to sweep litem, j If tilings must be o, then lliey must, 1 for nil" the old folks thinking ! Machines will yet be mude to do Their ealing and their drinking. MISCELLANY. COL. CRICKLEY'S HORSE. A Racy Sketch. Olss Ihl " m T.. i .1 tat- Bad ", V, "' a a I have never been able to ascertain the origin of the Quarrel between tbe Crick lev a and Hie Urates, i Tlit v had lived within about a mile of each other in Illinois ior live years, and from the first of their acquaintance there had been s mutual feeling of dislike be tween tbe two I amines. J lien some misunderstanding about tbe boundary ot their respective farms revealed tbe latent flame, aud Col Crickley haying followtd a tat buck all one afternoon, aud wound ed bttn, t ame up to bun and found Drake WVWWr' deriradde fuel ttTHje fir, , ,a . rrom thai F I l in mi 1 KnaaA taiau aistt lnnrv t llu Arx to ll1 luaa " ' ., " d.dnot say to annoy eacn oiner. , wne evening ir. irane, vneiaer,wa. returning home with bis "pocket, full ot iocki"trora Chicago, w miner lie naa . a a a a been to dispose, ol load of grain. Sam. Brastflr, jM Jtoilfl. hinA Ui.wsii, and as tbey approached the grove which intervened between tnem aim ana Air. Drake's house, he observed to bis com' Damon. i "What a beautiful mark Col. Crick ley's old roan is over yonder 1" . "Hang it I ' muttered old Drake, "so it is." j The horse was standing , under some trees, about twelve rodi lrora tbe roud. I Involuntarily Drake .topped hi. team, ILiiilsMOrdviaWtiwelv aafauodj tbaSoWk.. I . aueer Brni e. the old hunter took Up I " 2ur' ,u" "" r I rifle from the bottom Ot the WSgOll, Alld raising .Mb htt .hoblder, drew eight lhe Colonel'. hor.e. "Beautiful !" muttered Drake, lower ing his nne, wiidi tiys in i a wast foit- A powerful temptatlott.' "1 CoMd drop old roan o eauly. "OhOOl, .Uggesieu dbiu, wuvivvwu fun In ativ ahape. N Wouldn't do," .aid the Ii ." . i i x.: pUlller, glailCltlg CBUWOUWJ arwuuu again. ,ri won't Ml's-i aia; aw "Wal. T won't .hoot this time, any tell orw til.'!'Tb'iwreo ;i. 'tow nigh. If he wa. fily rod. off instead of twelve so tbere'd Ve A tare p6ssibilliy of misla- I . , ,. , , , a ,. k'ng hm for dwsr, 1 4 lei fly. U'dKive fivedoHarsforA.hot. "" ",DU" . As It I At that moment the- Uolonel nnnseii " . . . a . Stepped from behind a big oak, not - j . . ...A l...K-n uuacii paces aiataui, bhu vavig u . . . We ill. why dob Wl you shoot V Tbe old man stammered in aome : "That yon. Colonel ? I I tempted to. I declare I And, and as I ,i -Ji erveyoir a-v ior one pun. - .. "Say An X, And it's a bargain." . r ...a I a t a - 5 mr . ,, ,a atsruAV laiv ivi sua n, s, iu.tm - (eld roe.. f .fall . "How niocn Is the- ISone worth f h murmured-In Ssm'i f.' ' 1 ' , "About flnt." 1 ' . "Gad. Colonel. HI fto It. Here's Tour Tbs 1 Colonel pocketed the moneY. money. "Hanged it I thought you'd take metiftt"' "i With a high glee the old hunter put fresh cap on his gun, and stood op in hi wagon, and drew a close sight on the eld roan. Sam.' Bias ton chuckled. The Colonel put hi band before bit tact) and chuckled too. ' Crck f went the rifle. The hnnter tore out a horrid oath, which I will not repeat.' Sam waa astonished. The Col onel laughed. Old roan never so much a atirrod. ' Drake stared at bii rifle with a face at black at Othello's What' tbe matter with you. het f Fas' lime you ever served me quite such a trick Iswan 1" i" And Drake reloaded the piece with great wrath and indignation. ' " "I'eopie tald you'd lost your knack ot shooting," obered the Colonel, in a cutting tone and astire. . Woe aaid so 7 it's a lieP thundered Drake. I can fthoot " " MA horse at ten rods t 1 ha t bat hal" Drake was Uvid.. . 1 Look here, Colonel. 1 can't ttand tbatP be, began. ,' "JNever mind, the horse can, sneered the Colonel. "I'll riak you." " - ? Oriodiug hi teeth, Drake produced another teu dollar: bill. ' ""' Here," he growled, "I am bound to have Another shot, any way. - -' ."Crack away," cried tbe Colonel, pock eting iho note. !...i.l.-'. -i ! Drake did crack away with deadly aim, loo, but the horse did not mind the bullet in I he least., lo the rage and un utterable astonishment of the old hunter old Ran looked him right in tbe face as if he lather liked tlielun. " "Drake," cried San.,' "Your'e drunk I A horse at doieu rods oh, my eyes. : i "J ust shut your month, or I II shoot you" thundered the exuited Drake. ' "Itie Duiiet was hollow, 1 II swear. The man lies that says I can't shuot. Lnft week I cut off a goose's head at ril'ty rod. Colonel you can laugh, but I'll bet now thirty dollars I oaa bring old Koandown a, one shot," The waifer waa readily accepted. Tbe steak were placed in Sam's hand, Elat ed with tbe idea ot. winning back bis two tens ond making an X into the bar gain, Drake carelully. : eeleted a perfect ball, and. even a buckakin patch, and loaded bis rifle. . ; A minute later, Drake waa driving through the grore the moat deapcrate ot men.: His rifie, innocent viviim of ire, lav with broken stock ou tbe bottom ot the wagon. Sam Braston waa, too muoh Irightened to laugh Meanwhile, the gratibed Uolonel was toUini; on the ground convuUed with mirth, and old Roan was standing undis turbed under libe trees. i Wl e.i Drake reached home his two sons discovered his ill-humor, and the inultilated condition of his rifle stock, aad hastened to arouse bis spirits with a piece ot news, which they were sure would make inm laugh with joy. "Clear out growled the. angry old man. 'I dou r, want to near any. news. gelt away, or I will , knock, one of you ilown." .!,,.,,. J . - ' i "Bui. father, it's such a trick 1" . .Blast you and your trick I" -- "Played .off .on lutt Colonel I". .. , "Uu Hie Uolonel!" cried the old man begiuniug to be intereted, "Gad. if you've played the Colonel a trick, let a hear it." "Well, father Jed and I went out this afternoon tor det-r "Hang the deer I come to the trick. "Couldn't find any deer, though, we must shoot something, so Jed banged away at the Colonel's old Koan shot him dead I". "Shot old Roan I" thundered tbe old man. "liy tbe war, jeo, aid yon snoot tbe Colonel s hoe T HlHn'r Art enivtriinrr silap.' "Said ! sold 1" gro ined the old hnnter. "Aud then ." pursued Jake, confident ' "Ji'n ud 1 Popped the hore , d ,d w b bLk yith. A- cord, sT ' . - ' I that the joke part of the story pleased . ... - . . -d iit him .lauding under the tree. and lelt him at and incr under . . . - m , fca - n . i - ..... . ..I I exactly si ii no wat'snve.- v-.hm Colonel, troinir to catch him ... , . ......i. t, ' fir v . . lit A IIV W won w aas jvaiw at nni.i n.u'. ha..i iJinnnn lii,hnt f . Wim.tyl pocket, ."o.a JbbV hi8 broken rifle r..,)en in a ruefu, tone, he whiaDered to tbe boy. : lt's I joke I uui it you ever ten jd it or if you do, bam llrastonv 1 11 skin von alive 1 Bv the war, boys, Iv'e been shooting at that dead horse half an hour at ten dollar, a .hot." At that moment Sam fell into a gntleri Jed dragged him. out insensible. bam bad laubd biDiaell aI imoeir toocaiu. A Fishy Tale. his . I on gycUeia, were pricked lo let out tbe wa ing: ,, lbe embalming process. iThe old mill how eon tision k i Tl, I.na Aajlnea Kxnwaa aav. that trenuiue mermaid is mow. tn exhbibilion iliai nlaiiA liuvino- Vmen cautrht in the paoino enters a lew week, .iuce, and embalmed bv A ph vsician of San Diego. - It i9 thug desoribnl : Thu eyes, in large I moulh i. yery broad, wuba tweaty-eighl a-nrved and ainifularly .baped teelh. Tbe nose i. a combination (id' the Roman . . . nil t I. ,...V..:iM S.. AOd tlieSnUD. AO Drow IB: ueavajjr iu- dented with heavy vain lobe. long and broad eara adorn tnequeeriooimig neao, and abort woolly bair covers too. bead, ,i .t.i.. ,bt. ace. The cervbelluwi ,dnAdan. aplere veryproiuluent. rma tM ol)a; nd terminate in long 0j,wg e0usiriting of tour fioger and) is tiln,j,r) wit, the sharpest of nail. 1 here .nt '..Lven rlbi extending Around the ,e I v.. ev, w.. . . . t.ni' ...a mtinur al tbe breasu j Here half ,u. ubv y0rtjon ol tbo tliihg begins. m IT - J . . I . I : .. .. L. 1 -. ' I i. oovered Wltu .caies, sue aptue .waving the Jorl JPi and tbebBheoelinutpg in,lhe usual developemept to tbe r tip wa. SAid a ftVi'i'!i.'s.A',:n,2TTJTO .r I Here W a VoiuuiidrAm for our' orethreo Of the breas. leod'. iS'lyouit AOliwer. .0011 : WbaVi lA'4ioe Vtween ao editor And a pig.TrT.t aV Ad A Wonderful Temple. Mr. Telverton. ho (a traveling in Asia. In "A Journrv in a Jntik" describes In the Overland Monthly, remarkable Ilflddhiat temple in Cochin Chins, We give a brief eatrsct only, which s tir- lA r a-!... ru )'iiiii i -ssisiic sn sni manners "Ths Tern file, of paged a, or Wat of Angkor, is built in the form of a triangle covering a square mile of ground. A mssaive wall, the ontbnilding, and tnar splendid rntranco halls, form the first square. Wiihioisa lake. The second quadrengle is raised a terrace, formed ot solid blocks of stone, fitted together on the model of the Via-Appia of Rome. : A massive and richly-carved balustrade protects thi terraced walk and bridges me wsm on each . aide. The terrace, which is now coaiderably dilapidated, is 1,800 feet on each side. In front it has a lOagtiiGcanl building in the form ot a ves tibule or gallery, 600 feet long, with three domes sndgrsnd entrance hall. The whole is sculptured minutely, and ' ucocaie p-eciaion oi tne line ana an ! , .1,-:1 . . . . JI.wT !,1!'6 UpM this gateway are flanked on either side with colossal lions, their names ir names are so carved as to put me in mind ot Lord side thess sonare. gArdens and fish- Chancellors, wiga. , Inside Dave litwn tiiactnifi,.an . . A::T "rTrr":fi"""T T -. uvmia, ivur urnciien linusei. Ill in inF m., ...i. . i ii. . VrVV.: V.T . ' i a ceg Off tirtPNta nf Iha lamn s. All tu in riI'.. Mrm?T4 """i solid stone, w uiniu a parucie oi wood or iron. ! nit, .,. . . . . , aM 1? d 'T,r! " ' fnf . !" '" 'I '"'"l lh" Cle' v:rT w.,lh. e,ht U.we 0 . - - m tiob bout 150 feet above It basement level To give any idea of the architecture is men!!, and it follows no recognized or- er. The towers are all' formed in oro- jectuig leaves like a pineapple, having the stape of a bishop' oiitor. All the roofs are domed and made of solid stone ; all the doorways are 'square, and aur- ronnde I by elaborate hi a lings, exceed- ngiy cnaate. ihe windows are richly ,:,lf. , . , , , mullioned-of course without glass. The structnre is srurounded I by a double row ot square columns of pillars with orna- l ., . menf-nl fa rut la .. .1 luuJ.,,.L ..J k.. ,. - i'v , surlace carved with the figure ot a wo-1 finely attired iti a quantity of jew- ii v, nun agin, wnion must nave renre-1 ... "... J -:. . . . neuvrt, . ,., nn a.oroocw wun a p- ver.. aun H iioin wear at tne present day. The ekirt is trimmed with afnnge and braiding, and is cored: the dress ha. no bodice, and the .. w' , , " . Pcw" "" uncovered save for a deep necklaoe I'll 1 a . I. which aecenos upon the shoulders, arm lets, bracelets, and anklet, of jewel, or gold, uui the scantinea. of the dress is compensated tor by the head-dress, which tower, in strange, fantastic shape, as high again a. the head square on the fore bead, like the coif ot Mary Stewart. The taoe i. round, the features short, the eye Urge and .oft, quite different from the iniiL-nc cjv. a lie ugurra am ruuuu anu graceful, but lack the deyelopement ot muscle in the arms aud legs. There must have been thousand of these fig ure., lor tin. building alone wa. sur rounded . by 480 detautlied pillars, each holding two figure. The interior of this colon ade , wa. a p'ciure gallery. wrought iu atone or black marble, of his torical events, representing great battle with 600,000 men engaged, each regi ment consisting of 1,000 the numerical strength of the present day each regi- m nt , bearing . different in.ign'av. : The arms are javelins, arrows, and a sort of t run neon or ballet-axe. '1 be men fought on fjot, the chiefs on horebaok the horse, are remarkaoly well drawn, and the rider, have capital .eat., but no atir- rups in chariot, and on elephant., the latter dashing among the troop, and whirling them up in the air. The day alter the victory women aud. children were led captive with the prisoners. I lid In-lnra iiiHi.fi.l , Ha .Jinn., uisi.1 were terrible, aud, although I tried aev era! time, to examine ihem, it made me quite sick, and I therefore spare my rea der me description. ,,, The Book of Mormons. . a a It of A correspondent ot the Ashtabula 2cf- graph, wriliug from Greencaatle, Indiana say in aupport ot the belief that one bol I K,l. Con. I'llVll kJptlllJIIJ WUUV"UVMVU 111 v neaut. was tbe author of the Book --- Mormon, that the late CoL Robert Har n per. when a young man wa. frequently at tbe said Spalding's, in Conneaut : that wrlDt. Admitted by Spalding'a wife L.,a i- nn Bar a 1 1 Oil V lil.aA AsimarLIlK have been written by, bun, remarking rartberlbat her husband was engaged npon a uovel, the subject of which : was ihe first inhabiiants ol wis continent, 4c. , The correspondent setiksloriber lormation upon tut euuj -u., M ; ' ' Not long after the appearance of BOOK OI iuormon, ayr,, aiei m. open oer. A resident of Kipgsville, in A cou ver satiou pf our bearing, and atour father's house, in this , town,, said that he well acquainted with Spalding when lived in Uonneaul ; baa been At bis bouse and had read manuscripts wrltleA by gpauldmg ; that lhe matter ooiilained in said, manuscripts was toucuu-g lost tribes of Israel, their,, wandering and final stltlement on this ooutioent that he aaw and rd pages of Spaldr ing'. .iancUu!. writings at different iiiues ana reaa; muon;o wima,- utwr that not only lhe subject matter ot Soald ing's novel was iucorpprAted iulheuooK of. Mormon, bul much of it was a literal transcript, to the best of bis knowledge, after reading the ooolent. ot both. declaration, were made j when Mormon isai first made it. monetrou. preieoaioua wnen.iuq puynu uuiw thesubjuot aud tbey made, very forcible impression upon our mind. Dr. bpenoer had A decided taste for antiquarian search and speculation, nnd those knew, him will not wonder that he interested io Spalding'. K"ea about the "lost tribes, Moun4 Builders &o. A. the oorrepon4en" ugges,s, some lb older vilisen P Conireaut must some knowledge P9 , this subject rod public j j ye , Qeri MevU'',; gives i anotaer lAnewer The editOTKeby:biAMpentAid tb. iV.wbilpeo.vi- jni: ?r i..l' The Book of Mormons. LEGEND OF THE MONTECITO GRAPE VINE. I i I I I i v to in- - the waa lie mnggreBgor started and trembled. Sud often ..j- a Xa fiaur- sprang over the, u ( Ilia rr.. ro- wbo was of have not i pig ' HestWd between th oload-eapped mountain and lh sea, in the sunny re gions ot southern Csliforna, lies the besntiful town ot Santa Barbara. Ileru through the long winter month, the air k mild and balmy and the hills are rich with verdure. Pepper and acacia, tree, rnipgle the grace ot their perennial foli age wilb that of the atnrdy live oak and the dark leaved olive all the year round, while flowers, both wild and cultivated, bloom in onbounded profusion. bant liarbara claim, to be one of ths most favored spot, on the globe for healthfulness. tbe orciiialitv of it. clmate. and the beauty and productiveness of it verm-tropical vegetation. Ditlenng from ihe iseapolitana, the banta uarbaran. .ay, " See banta Barbara and live !" About tour mile, from the town, in. the valley of Montecito, grow, the now famou. grape-vine, one of the wonder of the tourist in southern California. It is tbe largest on record. It measures four feet iu circumference at the ground, iee in (nrcnmierenca "d rise, eight feet al . - h lin- oa. . feet from the ground above tbe ground before branching out; then spreading - B' .,.. t . with extreme luxuriance, its branches cover more than five tbonu.and square f ,nd mre iUpprted by orty-two ,rellUet TlielargUt branch is 30 inches trelUaeS, Tlielarget t t r , r tu virvuiuiervvice, auu were it not ior riif" pruning, the branches would extend . . P" . .. . indefinitely in every directioo. It is ot .- , ,j ...j;i mo iiiiBoiuii varieiy auu exiH;e. inc. producing annually from half torfs of grapes, in massive clu.teres be.leatb t hiiu i oo i V V at t a. w tataauv; avcu a is r w a j- nve to ix which hang he trellises. and tbe effect of which, in mellow Au tumn time, excites admiration and won der. It is claimed that it has produced 7,000 bunches ot grapes varying lrotn one to four pound in weight each. - A bean was put into a vase tor each on rich plucked, until the bean numbered 7,000, It grows on a snnny slope of the foothills, commanding a fine view of tbe rugged . . . & . luuuiiuuiia in ij iiiicviiuii, auu iu sue olher lb love, hlonUn:ho y.Uey, with g,impie, of lhl blue VfUiiRo, vine r-irrUteorby water, from tbe hot sorijs uiounuina in nnx direct ion, and lu the -. .. . . wiiiilh,uvi a rio limn lur uvi alii uiib o J . Id tt;w fnl,ef dlg,ftn, Uie country .u K ..J7. t....;f.,i ...j m ' jcan in u nalurar,nd arViBicial sur- ,: . iwuvt"iu. Tb4.re i. m tradition connected with this vine we wih l0 ret.ord Seven,y . durin lhe occun.. cv of Kr:. i .i...... : .1.- iuiseiuu rabiicre, lueie uieu in 111-3 vivm- ity of Lo. Angele. a beautiful Spanish girl. Nearly all Spanish gill while iu the bloom and treshnes. of youth, pos ses, more or leas of their national cast ol beauty; but the Senorita Marcellina had from childhood been the acknowl edged queen among the - maidens of her native place. Iter complexion, tinged with the warm, brunette hue of her race, L heaUhi waa clear and bright, with the rich tint Her wealth nf black bair tell , . , , . in rippling wavea far bti w ber waist; . f . . and ber large dark eyes were fringed with silken lashes that matched the ex qumite penciling of the arched brow. above them. Her parents, though be longing to tbe better cU. of Spanish, had become poor from roiMnauagemeni aud extravagance, and had formed the project ot bettering their tortunea by wedding their lovely daughter to aome wealthy Don. .a,. . a . . ,, iue lovely juarceuina aid nov iscit ior admirer, nor ardent lovres. and among them alL Seoor Carlos do Domtngues was the favorite and accerltd suitor. He was handsome, tall and manly, but alas ! without fortune, aud socially not the equal of Marcellian. As may be ex pected, hi. .uu met with no encourage ment from the Dou and Donna h ehx, and tbey, finding the attachment between the young people was becoming stron ger than accorded with their plaus for I , lj ji,, r....ii , I ' . Santa Barbara a mission some hundred miles north where resided many weal thy families among whom they doubted not, an alliance would be fot med suitable in fortune and position. The announcement of their contem plated removal ' struck dismay to heart of Marerlina and Carlos; tbe latter, receiving cour.tge from des- I - , . . .1 peraiion presenter ins sun to toe renin. "'i'"! " " a miii(mi inn ninnpr inurcniiniri HLeriiiv J.. mm9 Jmml a trTiin.4n ' i nn tivpra vnrfl no we Ur ,M nrAlmt . w .par.tpj ,1Ua and ,h-no.h ih modium of an old Indian t 'jCnJ. " ' " ' If ar a ' Io tbe early twilight Mercellina stole I oatt to K 0jVe orchard, rurrounded M adobe wall, which lay back of the ternai manaion. Hero she stood, Ailing wU, throbbing heart tbe arrival of lover, while her nurae kept. watch on olner tlde ol Uje Wllllf rMdy t0 giv ,be alrn by , A signal agreed upon, - J i, i nllH annroaoh from tbe house. Aiy tU bJow lay daik Uneatb lbe tbk lltw brandies of the olive trees, BUt ,t every rustle and sound the anj rept stealUiily along in its shadow, uo, i be can,e dose to where the wail- ittl? n,aiden stood. "Carlos," she boi,jirf. ont for trembling hands. 'Is oa Marcellina T . Ah, poor , little w ghe trerabes y Tbey are very cr r She treraoies j a ney are very cr i drllnr, but we will not be s - , Tb sl.aii not Uk you from darling, but we will not be aeparated. me, preous ne.?, i , -. .. And men lie spoxe long, low ana II . X tr l 1 . . ..a a ', , , . -j, jn lbe ,',1 Spsuish language ,Qi,latel fined for expressions - tenderBeM fcw endearment tolling M bef Mrenl, 0bjeted to their union , the ground oi bis poverty, ne pau uoier- mtned to w$u welth : that an old . hr,hnj , .;m bv the' lies of iuipoMtBlui knowledge ot arioh r.. .w-v .monr the mountains, '.and wyeb be promised to guide, bim bl eomphny .nd by courage and be w JUId toon return nd claim ber hei avariciou. parent -" ., , i,raain true, to me, Line, and .v.:. Bming.. Wail fop me but j years , 'triy darling, aud. f,. At lhetnd, i ob viuio tu u . know that 1 hkve rnhed In tbe Attempt IW win jou. wall , , I I I I I ! I ... the but by pa- ber me tbe fair cried, it one, iel iei my rap- of her, on Indi mine to and skill, band He then gave her a cutting from 4 gtpe Vine, telling her to carry it to Ver new home anJ plant It, keeping it AS si reminder vt him, And while it rWirished be might know be loved her saw1 waa true to her. Ths entting was U) ths) form of a riding-whip. And as such bt) wa. to carry it, for her Journey was lob performed on home-back. ' Vowing eternal fidelity, the lovers parted, and the next morning LVa ami Donna Felit, with their daughter And Attendants, started oa their journey' while Carlos A Company, with their In-, diaf. gnide, wended their way lull oi! hope and confijenoe, over th mountain trail. : -j Marccllina, a. may be supposed, made little use of her grape-vine switch ; to urge her mustang along the Weary way between Los Angeles and 8nta Barbara. Arriving at their destination four miles' from the mission of Santa Barbara bet. nrt act wa. to plant, the, cutting opon the hillside, with many tears and , pray. era to lbs Virgin lor the success aud. afety of her lover. . ,:1 . Ihe vine grew and flourished. wUVi wonderful luxuriance, and gladdeaed the yrm 01 w'tnif maiden, wbo cuuVd , . . . ' . . ""vnaj we uurueu oi anxiety wil'Lw,t it silent encouragement; lor Don and Donna had found, M thc' .""ajhl. suitsble companion for their daugbier, ia a Spaniard of reputed greftt " weaitn, woo promiaeo tbem liberal com- i pensation for ber hand. - He waa abort. of good circumference, and grixiled with - years, but to counterbalance these de lects iu A lover, bi finger and birt-fVont r shone with gem. JUarcelliDa's violent , oppoaiiion, however, while it did not ' move them to renounce their Durnose.' . induced them to postpone the marnaire. in the hojte that she would forget her farmer love, and beoome mors reconciled. to their will. . . ... In the interval thus arranted. that rims " for the return of Carlos would expire ' roeiiirjA prayed daily lor the sr- rival t har tw.1 e.l l.rl . 1. . C . , hal ' her P V dr . ' , , , - . " " ' that VII in fin1 him I..... SH a I t ...... inm .s.vi ,u sun ryes vi ,: parents. The two vears were raoid. . drawing to a close. And vet no sitrn .; or token bad come, aave that he 'found in tbe vigorou growth ot her cherished vine. At length ber parent. Dressed:'1 with poverty, and weary with the pro- longed indulgence to what they consid- ' ered an idle lancv, fixed the day for ' the 1 I J: :.l. . l :. t wniuuig situ me suitor oi ineir enoiee, ' whose only recommendation : was ilia wealth. , -, ; , The eve of Marcellina'. wedding dar i wa. the second anniversary of tbe Dart- iug in the olive grove, wlieu Carlos told ,4 uer ir be did not return or send her word. , filhin two years, she micbt know b waa dead. She had crept away from the! busy preparation within ber home, And,,"1 hiding herself beneath the ahadow of her beloved vine -which waa now ' largo " eoougn to sneiter ber from eaaual obser- . aiivil IU SIIV Si UrilS O KIVaiHIIJaCBDe .i ...,. , . sobbed and went. eamno unon Inn Virv . , . r i o i - - -- gin, in nopeiesa anguish, to lake her awsy to the spirit world, where she believed. Carlo, to be. Approaching footstep Arrested her . at ten lion, bbe started guiltily aud at tempted to hide ber teara, for she dared not let ber parenta kuow abe .till mourn ed her absent lover. "Lin a Linal" greeted ber ear. in A fa miliar voice and stopped her flight. . Temhi: .k. - . ZrZ:??'Zr?ZJXrT? of the intruder, when with one wild, joy- ' ouscry ot "Carlos!" she dropped into bis arms, ber beautiful bead pressed close -to bis throbbing heart. it was, indeed, Carlos, returned at last faithful to bis promise, bringing with . him a fortune at least equal to that of ; her aed aud detested suitor. , Carlos, with faith in bia love and con- . fidence in bis ultimate sucuess, . followed , the Indian across tbe Coast Range into ,. the heart ot tbe sierras, where he proved j the honesty of his guide and the trntb of bis promises, by the marvelous depos-' us ot gold to which be led them. Two years sufficed to gain the fortunes tor '' which tbey so earnestly sought A4f ' strove. . . '- All other things being equal, the volt ,f and Donna consented that their daugb"! , . uwv..v uu.nu mj , . ter shouht choose between tbe two aute-i '' or9 aiul lhe neXt iwui ot being. u-d to the altar a wretched AacrifioA to r t lUCir HIU UlilOll aVUl SVsMTlC?. Bu Wl i.i. . i . n i 7,"' " w V. ... . hl'.:l!"t 0,.n.18. r'eUD- DM " "7 i-..:i 1.A.1 . .i r c i..ira.. i laivuiui .ilia;, a tvacu vt uwiltj tweeu the lovers, now became their mean, ot support ; for so prolific had it become, and so little did the indolent '' Spanish about them turn their attention 14 to the culture- of the fcrpe, that lis fruit brought then, ao - iuoomo sufficient for -;l iheir inaiulenanoe. . .. . .I-J ... . About twulve years ago a secobd vine i f. j . ; sprang up near tbe ongiual ohe, and rapidly, until uow it nearly equalo ze. A large dancing-Boor erected beneath the shadow of the Vv la . . . a . a . S 1 - ana Here the spanisn you ins ana rnaaa eus unite in tbe merry dance on SaVbAth , evenings, according to their natiooaxl custom. . Carlos and Marcellina died At A good -j, old Age leaving behind tbein three bun- f dred lineal descendanta, and lhe big ' r. in. wUu,h kw,n rM tWv .wl .h. f ,hS .nil i I'l.i.rj. !., .i..i.im. ' "i iii iiii tAiirv-ri7T- ivriifct aivaji tuuuivii auu aaaa children OfAse to tell the atory. " 1 - . llutidrena of tourist annually visit the " place and wonder while they gaze npoo J Ks vast proporiioua, and listen to the accounts of its marvelous prtxluctiretieasvp Yet, to me tbe heart-history or. which ll. is a living memento, is its greatest charm; ,' and I love to eVe tm, while staodlnf be- ueath lu spreading branches, and gas is far: cut upon the broad, bjue Pciflf,, , whotJ w"atr eperkle in, the imabob, of.jj the true-hearted maideu ,whu planted, it in lhe taith which' springe from an im-'1'1 mortal love, aad who watered i t Overland Mont [...] two pf .t ,i i. ' A tahfnabl, 10n . lty, oeefof .i1 bQge Thpmas'oAt ty , tis ,spioe. ,,exvi ijlaldbsd, "O, whs, lovely bustle Ifft would mrt,,'! 1 .