Newspaper Page Text
,Vrm Publication. Ths Srssrssi H::ali : si'a-". Vn't i e--u!( k of Haw r in 1 "" h-"ard yu m th-f-rs. ni will '"'n'::''T II -vbi-p-nd si'-tkin? l- c thnt n, n-f fin-d, ar'(f ..,t t wa at t.ij r:.rtT. an 1 ai J I w-.tiM think of it. I li. 'i lLik of it. and t th delight of the family. Pora tod FrH . ia particular, Archie and I were mar ried ia two i,joi;tLs. And Pora sal 3 , to me a? 1 La-e her good bye, thai it i would rT ua-peakable delight to Fred and ter-ir if I -rculd attend their weddias ia & nvontb from tbat time; tad I did. , rry VelBe-Ur -C.fraSaa :; i; la a-iva-a-e: oiSterma 2 . t se t;j.n-i -!; w.T. be fc:v.sr.u--l -; " .'-x fJ -. r. r.-: uit u.--t t Wis !i:tUUt !r-i."-- , reax-r-E-r roxa e !"- K- - . ae omer ESTABLISHED, 1827. ;rset Printing Ccmpany. joitx i. s-cviJ- S3' VOL. XXII. SOMEIISET, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 30. 1S73. NO. 7. p f ii set d .i- '. Lu. L II Mi--t.l ,1J. --; , t. . tttr tit .-:- laT fc. I- his -U r-.-l fcl rr4a- " Jin. ia. - k-'XTZ. ATTVLNKY AT J i-li ATTi'ENEYS AT 1 KN. 1 .1 ; . ... v '.i-x ;ii r'urt-.J i w Ii'U. - -tux. .. JCu. r.rra. : Y ATT' ;;-. MIY AT LAW W.i r. 1- 1- ATTi-'ENEY: AT .-t-n. t't-v; i.NLY ; u - AT LAV. r tit: t XL O -UTS rr I.NEY ATUAW. i " -.t.lt-1t. - t,.-. iti a-i r ... - Si.::?a"i' " JuHX I'. it.i. r.,-iat -j iH-f.ii. r..r:.n. jirU-jit a:".. L:i'. t a.l r-t , i . s rYOJ-Y SriiGEOX, soMr.Ri:T, pa. i. -i s-t-L MILLKi:. aft.-rtwtJve k-:.'" jrziHT SLatklFv . baa - t i a---: a: cl j : 1jt ii Tr- Hi; E.wa 't s.iarrK aikj ,;... -. ; .- - ire, ti.T,-.ve T I, T't j ... .i..t ftri-p- e y r-TLLTH AITE. ATTuEXEY i .eirl. Fa- rT.!e!;iaJ -u'i- r. I.XEY AT LAW. siH-rst- PrtiUi- rtv EXEY AT LAW. f-r it'f t.l frtie? ew rs-i'-d :i-r 1 . a .:. T ti'Uiw asi IfJky 'E. - e rrrrni- HatfJ'Hi ATT.ANEYS AT , tii .tiiriiiJ ti- Tie.: LxLTiUi ir.'Ui l'iiti iLi.i. t-art i-i ZZ EXTISTRT. ...:, a IfcUf KiU esc'.itiBe XU ,i , jt-jiarr'; jiTi-Tt, aU 't ;-ri.;i t. n.u;er at.J i!wl p'r -a ru t o tit le Mai' ' lerri 1-fs: a i, art !. ati A.J :,i.-st-:.:: u3 v-etfc ex:rai: ::b- ..i , l.Y a i".. . ;'.';: .vii- i..ir --E PLACE. DALTIMORE. i : :: IX .1. ,.t,-t Pa., li-y. l.. :. aii: i-t i-Th m .s r-i ..i-,4i-. -: iali-'.. anJ Ni l .! ecrti.n-. . U.UC I - It lL.tr he-'wrMTa J txi t-r J "IN WILSON i SON. ioi.i:s4i.i: (.koc i:ns. '7 " 7 PITTSBURGH. iiiKiAL tketh:: J. V. Yl'TZY. i) i; X T I T Ft . rt. ti.:- - r-eJ m tf- a It ai wiL-rial i:li. 1 buw 'riM.iLr. fi-t "$ ' it-, vw i i no t t ru -j :i4T rirp. J.' ;-vt.. jli-7"f. l' si 1.L- . LL I'EALUIS IX irfB rrr n rn itTniTiB QOr. Tl 1. r-, . ' VeOU KlITlinnrP St W XJaitllllOre OU, tw.r Me-.t4.f Haw aril. Baltimore, md.:s J' 1 NEW 1 bU l'. MILL. w M12 1iK sl tat te i il,e "1'E.NNIjX MILL." :it f a xuile xvrtitl, a s-w-rw-t la e "-"-bvx. Is bat a.. r ia-e iu.i-e "c aaarractea lta,(a rc kui U ri Bli --j j-t j,-4 a! k.n : x-aiB. VALtSTULHAY. r-i-AT lI,r CEMENT Trait Tm-t. Vitirt haknepsville. r-Miere: O-juii-.t. i'a. -1- iu, 1 al l.-acr ri.ti-t 1 traa ,d "-" lv--rx. - H. KASSflT, 4,1 I'-kirtt-nua ab4 CaiUcr. au""!1. 'l :u --! tko-tuier kfwa-a totbe a-Kirt. ir k a-.,r,fl ffixvdc a SptiaJt,.jSt 1-lklra.a.... a... . -- iirnea. ArialfWax-Uid errT. t-aru-a -art free A.' tM. Luaa. Ma , Jlirdtrarr. IIAlttNVAKE. J:hn P. 172:7:: Few Doors Above the Old Stand. ' Ilard-jrare or Every Description, , t . .1 . (j LA 7.'.V, SAILS UMxleu Ware f All KintU, COAL OIL LA Ml' COALIL, . ciiim x f. ys, : ' HITt I.EAH. VAtXISHES. LEV :es. "AIMS IX tIL AX I" I'UY. AXI PAINTERS' GOODS IN GENERAL A larrt k l Table Knives nl Frl, pia tET ktxn ES, Sr "XS. SHtAtS AXI) SX-L.S iES. : pT El tUvIX LTXEP KETTLES, ai, fc Uf-r Vi.l Biarv anc 1. ticwrruo bk. - an a-.,rtni,-:jiia. He i d'-teraiiii-i to : 1 1- rrrr i. -a t-. j,rKVf. i:n 1 m tai tr. j. iior.NEn, Buggy, Carriage AXI LIGHT WAGON MANUFACTURER, SOaIERSET jv., ! Ti-a- 5irr:iar - ! n.m ai are t. urier every ae- a.;(.a ,4 t'AEI.IOF. f LE1ES M-1.2X ! WA'XiXS. HACKS. SLU'lUi a lb ii - i.t--i ai: uii ti-.r--reJ lef. aiii at U IuHt-( Poiltle rriee. U ! lT A F.rt C'liifas C'arriayr, mi: Mii'ti m.'.lim f- 5 t!4? e-rr ift atiJUTz?i viil Mfv 0 ia tlx: MiJatiBlartKrr tu 1IKST Are i, ;-l"Trd ia I, if t-Rat..iiia-Bt. ae vi I bar, baa ie eijTKt-1 i-rer tat-uly ytrf nt'n ' 1-c-iui.. He i. U.errt. ir. eaMi to tara uajt a . tsM-ii.". vi-iikir. (-iitfc ia ft!.: 4 taxmal and 1 -fks:ia'l:'. All w.rk a arraule-J to t-r arrr- ' :t-i alien lrav;t 1be ibil. aul aTl--laelB ! raarai.uir-1. AU kiiiitiAl IWINTIXG i:r.i'.ii:iN; ani Xim ia a iit-a! axl fal-jiiitkal ttuaiwT- aal at tbe i ;w - ,-r He it dc-u-rmiDed to flc all bit jb tar-h a auautiiT. a3 at wb fi a to avakt i: te 11m- mu-rt- W et-erTtiT tw atniixe bini. "11 ani txaUiiJie L. wis ;-ehire i-ar-bat- U:X ersra lierr. .. I. J. H 'EX EE- WE BOOSE & Co., j SALISBURY, : : PESyA., Xat-sfai-.orrrt al an kiadt 4 CASTINGS k MACHINERY : ' Tirrf r-t mki! Jini-I!T aK(idad to. Ait.!r.-( VI. B(SE a Ol. SaliMiarT. Etkla-a P. U- Siwarrw eo. Pa. 1-L It. 11STA IlLISlIEI IX 1S3S. HK-L'S TAI'.LISHEh IS C. CL G. TTarnmer & Sons rwa aal Vlm Ft EXI- -raVJrian ajic avurrae aa v; m aw kw aaa- t ab-rr Farwiarc ll aa tbtt aaie a tbc aaiiartaiaa. ' ra..-rTa(.b aad Prv Litt aeat oa a;-!lrlb. r w tua ia t be ell . I aurx-rc tae ai-saa xrfre ira. v .. 44. 4 aad 1 SEYEXTU YEXfF. Biarje r-is(-areb. 1-a. - ! FURNITUEE. PA BLOB, LI DBA BY, MXIXG-KOOM AXP l,r,ox.ll.I, OFI ICL Fli.XITl i.K, AT EEiirt ED fUU LS. Al-u. 4e xaaaBfaABrrr Ur tt'eavera Fexm. t T. B. yoi XO 4 CO . 21 Simthfield Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. .f!Ls j "" J STEVENSON k FOSTER. Stli.-n. PVar.ert. bui-r EUal B-ai. Jd-irra. axp ax.catm wiirtt ia . i pirrsrTETts stock. rial i-vtk i--a rfm. tMU4 ma H-aa. ix tee Hea-it. l ar.it. 1'riaiiatf lta. lae amn aaa-t. J"e wbJL tV. WauaihT. jrTaiu Irx. lHlIU Ta:t Art, Piiiman, Fa. roaieZ Mi rCTfV V IMS TLif isrireJ Sab4m lsteT wTTkiId i i ii n.ta.ninc thf S-a-.hrni and Hrt wLirh ( Ljer !' nTC jtfvrxii. lti;ifrei ait i'. ciujyi tr iHTXTuet-tDrtil of lb Lrcr. t Tlar Svac;(.o Ljrr v;a,uu r t-ttvr 1 tuu is tiie m Pus Is U Bark. ' J (.lE-Jk. KSXrn nufjen f r bfnm-.im: Sr t !siufuacA); nf Ap33He: Vwrl aiMriAairiT ! c!it and lax: Hea-ifcb-: Iw (4 M-taCT. ni ' a li.f cl urav'j t4 karisc faiM Xtt ftjaae- j tiu wEjt-fc lit to Lai. Ut abttK IwUutT. ' L. w !;.:ni. a Uj-fc re!) w ajaraarr uf ttM Ski i u4 ir. a drv ixLrb ra BHUbt krCV-1 csajo. SaeU but A these imMtoii ! ' ann.4 il iimnr, at b-r rrrr few. tl U j LjrtT. tbr larc rra ia tie aT. tt nwnliy . ! ival of itM- owax. rrl i! z X rcrBlat4 is I Cm. rri-al Rdrniiz. vrrtrfaoltxiiw aa4 LitLATii i . ui rur. ' Tk4 Ctit Ca'a lxf SftCiFlC ill sot be u4 tt Leul liaaut. ' Tur I-YSPEPS1A. fmXSTIPATIOT. Java-; (in. BilKCf artarfca. SlfK UKAIiAl'Htl Vir. I lvirMe ( S-iuritf. !Ml'K Ti M ACH. Huart , tLriu ax., ax. , S2E3 Ltt IsiSs:. or I asm , I lb rbfat-!- Prrr d FatcHr Mnlasiiat j ; Ul v lie .v. ftti. , XT aTT Zta C-11.T E V ' J. H. ZEIUN t CO., ; XAlXi.V. GA aad IHILAIiLXJ-KI A. Price f 1. SW kj all InrrMv. j . rc p!t ' t Q. W. Bf;.r.i. S onw. Pa. j. v. niKO. LIVEN&OOD & OLINGER, Main Street, opposite the Iot office, Dale- City, I'a. Wf Intl orr ia'4e Eat aad Wm. iTaft aJ "b-f c rt!jT 'ck raMaM. S ferial aa ItuB pai to OLkruua. Mm-t trwirnl ta da J...U pr-at4. linrafrl: idt i m time d j.n kTTTbmr ia tbe haakm; Boe U1 re crivt imi imii. )ravaial attesum we aLall d r btohk u anr? w.ifiai.ei to iur d.aultcv aad c mrf iiratt nn7 LTTEXGixiIi fc OUXGEK. Cambria County BANK, . KEIINI tfc CO., ! JOHNSTO'WTT.PA., ta lienrj Sdiatlat'i Brirk BciUia?. 1 (-irTaI Bankle Boio- Transacted. lTar asj o;a aaa s-iirrr tocf aai a-id. j kinaviiiv iJjr a-i r.p w: . i ci.rv; r ji- , aadCacada. mitre a,,.irpd at tberaiaaf kx wt mil. per aacam. if len ex BKi:a or kc-ex. Marul arraamaeiiit ntade villi GaanilaiK and adult hi- bum uiacer. ia trB. a;-U lfrTi c r.aaTa. & CO., joun mkei:t NO. 24A MAIN STREET. JOHN'STO W N, P E N " A sia:e a3 CaaaM aid ia Fure-ra eouia. ur h,m. aai tJuremiBetrf 'arum. i.rj aadt.i-kti ucrt eat.i j ai My rehe. Jej.tp.raiUei. dmiand j r , . j . ,i c- ! arn Iir-ant ejr!Uj.aie inai. mr in I xo- :iltir,trxi at i.w mif U ou iw imi, Kr , -I..... .tntfnM,(i ii'in-nj. Ert-rj-lkir-; ro tie Bia.kli Line ronrin-i vox ' iri:;4 aJtecita- laxae1'-. -12 r-A?.Jlf7.'2?v.",r?rl . ' , . v a 3; ! uat I. rnr a a iriai. , m- .... ium ruau m . time. 4o all we eaa V" r"e eaure aattaaw FrfSTe jl'UN LUUItUU : a. c U3X. TTEIM 1 1. n. i-iijo" L1VENG00P, iv IS A XK KItS, SALISBURY' ELK LICK, P. J flsTs. 3 L-raltWMaadaOd-aBd eUncXM laJe;'" luc iuiruii:i-u a vooa i. wrf. ,a.iami4tMa!iuT. ful satisfaction in looking over tbe , LeZL ?enwr Bevins' drug account from day xataMB-artiainti. jaaiiia I at-f- j MlJ AUT j (Wi-rriBr A44itiaal PrivilertH. oa the JOHNSTOWN j Sacrr-v I Be H rnarrea r Senate aad I i Haa U lU-reaea-ax, tea wf U4aaUDwealth j : ir beret? enarted r tbe artbcriTT of tbe aataer I Tbal lb Ji.HXSTi AVlXu BAJa i i tt berel aaJaied ta notin dewatilt trvwi bj. awrt aad xaamtid w-uaaea. aad aba U bare wer to i it. ai-kra.U(. tbe eiief. rir-rr maeiM. bek. I-TMlier reoeiirt. ar , ; wurr of ax; koukc wr axamed wtviaa, pvcb mj. , a an awt UmwiA u la akt at.- am ' lid Mk-1 aala-xLiTe w-' a-ramr tbem. witrt tbe a.trt ap- '-I " TL-lJrrr-j: ' - . , , i , . to auaca ar la aa aianair bur-' milk any detairt. taaeeeM. a iioe4 da t uri-a to -a, vnmv vr aaamod aoaaa : .L"" - rT'Jf T??Z. eat a lib tbe I ja-auot ad I hit arf are beretijr re- i.ieL ttM. llljuit. , . - tt'M. ELXJUTT. v-akia-uf tlie H rate if Krre-ew-Btatree. ( tiixi. H. AXIEKSOX. , . . s;-e t tb sehk'e. , An-ried tbe tenb dar 4 Marr-b. Aaou laaxai- Bi. vut lb aJ rirbt bnn lre4 aad anrtrst-e. , JOHX F. HAKIKAXFT, 1 Trier or tub 1 ftiXix-raKT Tax (VX(ijkilTx. J i ' H a auscrac. Kan-hia.ja.il. 1T&. S FEXtssYLVAXiA. k . . i I do bert-r tmiir that tba fcrrt-.nx aad aa- 1 bexea it a rait tr-ae and eurreet enr? of tbe una-v 1 -..I " a mm-iJr tttm' . -. 1 iA": - erraiUi Tiie u-j ! i,-aB rinr. Bant at tbe aaxM n main o cie ia , unevoK-c. .... la teRUBncT beri I baee berewiita an bt , baad aua easma u-e ar-ai at u-e e-acretarr taw i to I afliXed, tba dxj aad year aher ertllffl, , I-e-iwtr Secmary at tbe AmuButiavaaa, jaaed Qp.6r.E a "sin res.. lttiurtwrer of all graJt of CIGABS EEI'M KP. TA. AHetrti. aartH-aaarrr ak 4" JM-r. .i--a--.aJiitiMtal M MaraaalL draa-a-lat. ,t- IMKdXS a. 00, O w-wtxaaba Miuuii Toba-eo and HKl"a 40i Market Street, AWve FwUa, FHlLAIiELFHIA. -E. H Marrbail. xet, kaaem Pa. j sayings' bae tara MLCSTI. Ht sb ! tiic Bight teuhs aai q-. Ajs4 tbr nrxtat ny bu-f V- : S:hrT ilf asi . 4r hath ji. Ai tk v ' k :b4 waifkrt al Tfcr a ra-jrt bnt tHr "f-ani FaHT'T mrk? t a fr". Lfc? a p:ru a 4',1t uhica Fli n all tiif fhartit-err L Warn Ue din laap ladinc. i tur. Ju duKfe tbe (Iwa firx4uca4 ; Hanyt abvrrtva aajq? drraam, Bf kwe't pcrfod ptmuu emacl. Eres thjEi lac catr ( alnmlarr T. tbc tiuAfTj Land uf rel. He iH ciafftf ki at--'-artil inrtfaru CTowiy. rVor!y to bit Iran. Wrtb tbr ardjr of a part( Lr dnied aai keer rr-imrd. Vita bit ii "3 arara ub k.--f Ctuce aJ rlmxia; at bit wa. St tlnx 9tiH ia bapfj dreaamg Ev la7 ait brart baib kaova Seti!r, jaof:s;iT. ac alamiier Ia u.t arsit tkt Ua tbruva. Aa.1 aba race at Uat Uiiiiiinit Xat af ail btr dreajr rcara tftil r of tbif tt-J of giurr, Kearbed villi but d'bt. aad frr. Utr kc'f frail bndre tif rajntiuvi Faiiiaj la a miK uf tean. Tbra be avr.Jea aull Bture ekr!T T lb ban ii&i a&d dear, WLiFnsi. lxt sic Ut w, d.rtlnj-. AS it b. ali' n if acre. And 1ibt tbec car.h it abic? Bat a 4n enU aa4 drear. a. tbat trTj aibt bj fianttri 31 irbt be t rej-tnnt ly Wt. aVudtsl bf La? dear eaaran. KiracO fruat psiim iota rttt : I jttij ark ac belter bar en, SbflMiJ tbet and tbat eari-wn-d. " Faa Lbna (Tat!j, djruu fc:b a m l, AaJ lj;.e a pini r Set t. XbiBj ia tby n-.tbtlr nrt Sbali Uit wattifriiir rjjkc nv,-L. Ball at pcrlMt ia ralbtaarat. SatSFfj-lax a&u naaOete. Vary I, Ai.r. ia Jayajf CtUtf. ) Tke XIMtairpe. j iI-v atrise is -1 I am fortv-nine. unmarried and , shall doubtles- continue ia a state of : celibacy all my days. i Life Las noeLarm fur me fur I ! Lave lost faitb in hnmanhr Mv pitcher went to tbe" well once it "was broken, and. like a fractured e?ir. cannot be mended. Liie to me is an empty egg-sbelL Ltston to the story of my life. Twentr vears ago I was ajrushine! : vouth of twentv-two. I loved a vest of many colors, I doted on perfumery, j and a tooth brush was my "young man's best companion." I do "not, I cannot inveiirh asrainst tooth lTushes, but only against tbe motive i in mv eas, not cleanliness. I suffer- leao. w-oois wnea comiort ana pri- ium ti t wiuiiiuieii uurwr. iiiaj I rat demanded W Uu tvlrnUutrir strenrth thwarted mv kind , ! now reniind me of mv Srttmp i ; is it tLat tLe excesses of our vouth j.re merelv drafts upon old a?e. I , . . , , - - WOTe linen 01 tLe WSlteSt, COAti most faultless I wa, in fhort voung and . .... I a fool. Alas! that one never discov ers tbat be is a fool till it is too late to avert the consecuences thereof. Of course I was in love ao voce? i .. . v A ,u T 1 . ;i ;.".. -i I uiaa w luc 4,i-i a iuu,Liru air o a - ' , , T n.t- , vJv uiidr ocr vir u A!hnr n? . wu a vi ii. piuuji'tTru iur i atauiiiiii "irsisi, sio ? iiuru, llic , tootb truh and tbe tlchi boots. - 1 tn,:n,rt. an.1 uovr rin.n th. i ller name was Loui-a Bevinst She wa aa lieautlful as a Louri aod as kittish ; . . I IS UOt in eleitanfWora. but it IS CX- : ltjC.' uku 1 r,P "pv" ue OOl- i i u j, j IUsToutb 1 1 torn of the car, grazing mv leg. Thev , SWTific(.j Btilitv to elegasw I re- not smash me. It was written. orJf .--a Dr 0jd e j that I .-Lould be spared for somethine , - .h.l Jvnr I at; tn fulfill mi- f. V : i;Miiuii. rui- uu im im ail lilt ronnir men in tbe neiirhbcrlood. Her -i ..ii . fatler was rich, and eonseouentlv allrega. mnnf men in the nfiirETarirf.nrwl ! 1 -n . c - a I -.n w . . - !.-.. a ' 1 !-. 1 - a a bm a. ' to revel in Ler elarms, an'd to rev- j .1 .a. .ij t el in the old gentleman's monev.tt hen ! death, that hard hitter, should" finaliv el in I lit? Ii iu 11 1 II 1 lii a Li g LliOiie . a L t'Tt : i send him to prass. he played her ! cards so skiIL''ui;y that f-be had twen- : ty of us, all wearing tight boots.each tied in the belief that he was tbe fa vored man. Each looked upon tbe old gentleman's acres with a proprie 0. j tary look, and became interested in j tis eongh. I was an intimate friend ' , t t m. a . iii.i tO flay. I Was IBeiaUCnO.y OEly WLCB it was running licbt I proposed to Louisa and was ac- Uypted tbat is, eonditiooallv. She! tola mee-be lovea me. tut tbat hiiai ' love was with ber. a've any other ! variety of the article. There was an ! obstacle. "My pa vonld never con ! sent" -aid --te, "to my marrying you, ; as poor as you are at date. Go and (accumulate ducats then come and '. claim me." a-TX-;. 1, f N 1 ! tm-V .. - i r - j tiiii wc laiiuiui .i.i aau ivi luc tin I return ?" said I. ' Faithful, forever: sax she. I rushed from ber presence franti- icaiiy. it was o cjock in ice even i ing. I did not ee Lemued B. Brown j ride cp and dismount just as I mount- . aaal.l . ed and rode IVIT. So closely runs thread of life. I tOSjstd 18 I11V bed ail Ulgut ar- na Ji He fif lnrr a-atlifrinw sni. KUS aM-IBeS OI JOCre gailiering SUg- seSted tbemselveS 10 tOV levered mind. . . , , . r 1 - i 1 1 , ii inougni oi iiigiiwav rouoerv, oi ,.,ipi r;.l ( l.tist..a ..f f..rm-i-r r,T I .-.fc-..Jt v. life insurance, Of ttTlting tor HIS TV- zincs, and of a dozen other quick ri,a, - li f.irt3e Lot I rf-'erfeil all rT , , , . , ., . , , iiueai. A. aiir Cuia . i iiai was me com et thing. I would turn up shin- j , r , r ing ncggeu i wouia say as 1 puncn- ed them, Louisa," and so fortb. j rt.ad vfUow covered novels in . , - t-,.. tbOse daVS. AlaS . tbat 1 Cannot be- Ik ve now tLat tbev were talks of real life. I packed tny valise and was at tbe KLatMn next mornin I nift Imncl , . .. . , K. Lrott n alSO tt ItL a Valise. I ak- . . . , fl ra wbere be was journeying He anstt ered me : He tad been tired sti tur iiiiu, auu uis wui iviuiru tiic ,r.tr. .xt:.. M...I.1 .1 - rVumtTT ctr-a . - , . , He was for Califor- Fool ttat I w as. I told tim like wise, and we agreed to go together, work together, and be patrons in all things. I did know ttat Louis i but I anticipate. We started together we were sea j rick together we recovered together ? we arrived together. We made our j way to tbe mine, and set to work at I one. We each noticed that a great change bad come over tbe other. At : home we tad been great f-pendtbrift. 1 'd fin liXu aflnaafira1 t Ka a rrl. erv- ed six pence oa tbe quarter eeetioa of moist gingerbread, en training days, ! witb more freedom than Lad Lemuel, i and do one Lad said bis thre i-nr ,;t - frt- ,1- -...J- . than Lad I. We Lad been at Lome, i 'roosters; and aged cronies Lad wajr-J 1 red wi?flv tbeir Lead:, arvl irditd i that EOlLinff ruld tvtw ..f rm L jDdthrifU and neVr dnt-!i.-.. ,rs'n ,u' " ' ''mafia Kut Lereit different. Evervi,n? n'"'"- TLerc i vent vi. ere4. "He did 11 .t t vtD brjv c-lothior. We-rtn..t t ti. ililhes of tLe Cell for we an.i ; if tLe Lilies were ui arrajed U-iur 1 . . . v . 1 1... c nc, awv vrc a. suhuut : fee ,loon : w ! Dl , gei iLai aay ; wuue we were jta- j . bively eaurj oar inea pork, I Lajiiea ed to ak Lira wLr L? evrr an,- t.i itLUGod fyrkeii country. His an - ! swer is rriated oa mv isouL a tboui'h ; it Lad Wn branded witi. an 5rr,n t.-af.! ed to a red Leat j -J ff1" wouia cot Ciarrv n;e ua- til I inacie raonev I am Lere tumake L A rear view ci Liuuei spaau-!;.. "'. " ' "i"''"5 "tlllJ'ui; -' cultural Iaad weft of tLe ilUsL-shw ?, wben be etoow-d over Lis work. H n tLe Horizon a rigbt, ' oi to rAJiroad : aad tow ridlculios : as far from pleafaDt, audi was vervjnnl'rCkea f::i'. D,J 13 0:EC tLe jtie advert:s-meat cf tLe Road cf ueLlikeLim. ' irarnnj atmojl.erie and tv effect ; nweIve niiUiCIls 0f ebok-e farming.: One dav at noon s-Lal! I fnr f, j-. : Lardlv to ui?tin.?uisLed from tie f orarin-. i..l n-nm! !r,.s t-t ii ;o go uacat uu marrv Ler. .vulu .i ...i,.. Uv, rJl..c ;or IO TlC 0wnea r.v it wnen everv i-irs went tioxue. ltiji e;njru!ar "sbade I1 I replied. ""Sin-ular.but , swaJ- "bis L? tbe reat fact, tbe fact obstacle i? rernored, exerpt lands in f naaace Las been repeated i I too am Lere under ttesaibe circua- T:an.iC. 13 Pr:,Por;'-'3 wLea consid- tLe mountain? wLirb nav prove to con-' tbea a dzea tinje. TLe actor rtancts. It i a coincidence. Sbake. freJ ia its 0I"-ca' n f'-tc of revolt J It was more or a coincidence tL&n I supposed. Lemuel tool ray band, K-rvenUv remarkin?: It t a eoiciaence. Lt ns to our . ' labor. Let us make our pile and gvi j outi.fiLit It ns ( r.-,n "marry vour girl, .111 marry Loui, .nd ? j "Louisa!-' sbrieked I. '"Loub-a wbo?"' ; ''Wlv, Louisa Devins, wbo else r ) We understood each otter. From i tbat moment we tated each other. iln quest of Cupids poli we Lad 'jumped each others claim. We were i . pros-ctin - on grounds claimed bv ,1.T II" I S - i I voun? American trairedians alwav - num. e sfow M ai t-acti -.tr,tr ; do tt Len tLev tt isb t.i cmr Uaii in?, Late and wra. " ! I am a man quick of action. Ha.i- 'v gathering en all I could lav mv ; bands upon, I took advantage j ' Lemuel's going up tbe mountain after !a valuable detKsjt e bad ibere. to. starine urxn tbe KannersblD mule and bie me to San Francisco. Little tar-. I for gold or deposits of anv kind. ; Louisa as mv gold mine, and to ret back ta L-r a.n. -Iaim U.p f;,T:!mnt 'of her promise wrs mv onlv tboDght I thought 1 tad s'tolra" a march j upon tim, for we tad but on1 tsui.p He, too, was a quick man. Ue prompt- sioic aavuirr muie oi a neigLOOrmg t camp and foUowed. We arrived to-; l - , T . 1 I e - r. L-vioir. J. f team er was JUSI on lOe .r . . . . point oi sailing. e emnartedon Ler.j Tu ice oa tbat boirible paaire 1 i a;iei.ipita wt inrow liim overooard. j . , . ., ,. . . intentions. ne inrew me overooard, and regularlv the sanors interposed and restored me to life aad mistrv. , Whr did tLev, ah wlv! Lb'e'is aitne than Platte Valley, but niystery. Will it ever be solved 7 If , . i . . , dol wnv not ; At New Tort wt. tc-arA tK aiKan-r boat It burned at Rondouf but woe to me, we were saved. Fate again' ! i hotels there Escaninirthe rw-rHs cf tLe . . t r terlv reckJess or life, took riassaire on i . i v" , the Central Road, which was then V - 5ir,P '1 ana given to lnaalging in snake-Leads. C " C C 1 " .V- -'V V VU1V flXU l il 4h kilt U Ut. "llVil ) i.FWi A Va a (a I cared naught for , mow pt? are seen more or less fre- j Thftiff or Bot tbe at -j. j t3oW -I would laugh sardoni-1 qQtly during tbe remainder of the j utjTe of tLe loose of Witrelsbach is I -Don't I u , . " ' v was doomed to drain the cup to tbe itron V t tt.a ' Our Villa ee. ringing fV.m . , - u v aa w. a. A r.na . .1- 1' V W lUaUC UUT Wl M W III I l! 1 Yprv I 'table. They were two teams in aad ; tin.wltkm v..-it 4.,. we engaged them. the stable togethei - - r - " " - " am ia. -a .i vui ; er. Our driving was i JIanoas - Thepnzeattbeendof the;,oalow,Ii'li race was Louisa. V bat cared wei for the horse fleh f - j We drew near the mansion of, Bevins. It was 9 p. m. For what i was the venerable mansion so bril - riant v illuminated? Wtv ttat rav of watrnns anil hr-riPi tn tl. i fence in front? We sprang to tbe ; door: ourripLthflBdsi-ai.netr.(l:rir.r. . -She is mine r hissed L ' , "She is minel- hissed te. i We arraonled ia a fierce emlrn i T t . . . 1 T. ten that I should alwavs o-n r!,-,ira a'UHu a arm usual, ii was wriu i 1 fell against the door and bumped it , V 1T deatii rrapple. i balf nnr v.t. n'?.l- tl. r-. ' . m a . - WLat did onr eyes behold! , i mil iv,mn'r aimt.ti n I the floor of the square room was a -. u . c.m- vivu. Via : maiden in white, by her side man in black, and in front i-Trcr-TTTi vliA rirtt;inniir,Aln.il. e; '" i words: Lom uoa tatii joiued tos-etber let no man put asunder. Ik a .9.. -. vita-r-T;.. ret,., vi i i X IVaVI I . TtllT (ha tnai.4i.fi n state ttat tbe roang man inUa-k was tie r-torekeepe'r at tie village? As ttc beard words Lemuel relaxed BIS BOia OB throat and ni-.t t-. . .-,n ir, r,u 1 , took mv hair out of lis left band. -She is not mine !" said h. -She is not mine ! smid I. -She is not either of oar-r said we botb in chorus. And we added aWatbiris, at u wa, avr aj-v VUilVal a W Lv UVi V. I it, II which she laogted. V.l I !.t- m r, T.-,,-, Tt . Brown after me lucre, told me, that within an hour ! "J "u u,c -" " rovalitv are most distasteful to him ; ! Louisa tad plitrbted her troth to or ll4.e cnery aoout ana w ei 01 Thlhfr tLan tt a re. Liii tonaitKnea upon acquiring tutliv ; , view 01 ms armv, ue wm pieaa swa- repea . r-be did tte samethinr for him? ; -enirai, grauuer anu wort- tuicrrsk-, withont cause, burr himself I voice Need I narate how she had done the ,ne- same thing with a dozen others!! One keeping watch will find many No ! I need not j things novel and entertaining by tbe But since that time I lave taken way, as, for instance, the kinds and the word of no woman. -1 am a bro-; character of flowers, of which many ken man. If I ever marry it will be varieties occur. A t antelopes and for a nurse ia mv old age, "and I think , Tillages of prairie dogs satisfies an I flail tire ne." For on the garden (the curiosity of animal life. There of mv love untruth has sown salt re seen, also, a few birds, swallows Lemuel B. Bro-n did not think aa I j being tte most numerous. did, but as be married ber three years later, after she became a wid ow, Le wisted'le ladnt He tdld me t-o. I am avenged. " A gentleman of --elegant retsmre, anil a KarhelfiT at that. - Laji hi-tii atnusinr himself with Batrimonial statistics, and out oi two bundred marriages published in New England - ; journals, last week, only two of the ladies tad old-fasnioned names, oeh f the river or creek in some lime raiiey asMarrand Susan, AB tte otters ' that wears a brighter hue of green were Mollies, Pollies, Pollies, LiVithantherrourdingcorntry. Around b'tt, Tibbies, Biddies, H attics, Pat- it a berder has gathered cattle, per ties Matties, Lizzies, and so on. He taps from twenty-ive to fifty, and says if be can hear of aozne girt with posrsiblr -tonuiikue? one hundred. a familiar "cLristian name," be shall Tbe stock appears to ttrire; Wt bow "el Art for ber." tie man, lives, or wtat he does with Tk Vrtal Aaaerlraai Dnrrl. T.ltar J -r r mad e;t. l-ar-- tLer f"rc 11,1,1,1 m:o esji. TLrie ie 1 lit f-r.i' " u K'" ,4 1 ' ' -f rumini. lv ' iua L a, aad "'aji'Lt ntt-r le.nri I'Jnnj tte entire alter u-xn tbe tra!0; 5,J V,w ara. V run. over IJie fertile rrairi lin,M.t . t horizon at a AVLta o j at tie M dar frou Oiuata. tie lat r - ) Ue Ia!,3 fn tLe '"! ',"en 'en. TL utht journev bas tation, Grand Ian j. is on tie vtre of Tbe Great American l'esen o: ILe ii:sj? or fc! - teen i j twenty vear? ao. i ue traia ; e'f'ea Lho ramjet realm, where 1UJr'-'iajtr v -amiau ti"j- r A t-orreet iuipres,-ivn wtat ne iimvm.j.juuri .hvm mrpniat:, and cf wlat one will realize niasc-s it tbe r?t tiine, mav be ia k wor-ls. ne leaves ! tLe niaba "'1 Misuri rivr, at :noon. Tbere is balf a dav of ridinsr tLrouL & Sat U n'c V. in which j patent b:.vc alreadT issued. jany tL,Ir!aS i-CHDts bare been ; t La.e spoken onfr of tbe r'ant,oi . "e r1;'-8 io tbe berth fitbr-.u-h wbieb tie railroad : the sleeping car just as tbe fun lest ' Mentioninr tbe impression i T":'rc!'r r utility Las beea reacted. 'On looklnjr out the next m miEZ tbc tT.:n ,s op tbe Valb v of tbe tbe river to tbe ' soctb, a sba,!ow. lazy. w. lazy, ua detcrmin-td i, listlessly laovinir back i locking stream j toward tie Missouri, and low ranges i c' Srasr Li.ls, naru y Lsgb enough to i 00 taiea fcius. farting a T.ear Lonzon to tbe nonh. 1 Le vegetation i scant a?' - "-'r mol rart.a tbin.sbort :n ' E-5 that seems just ready to . d;- 1 Le country grows constantly m,ore brrfcn, 3n PIa donnff the ' Lole ,ds- bu: Qinta:ns tie same S1-1 eharactenstica. Tbe Platte 1:5 aaa e piajs uecc-me siigntJy ! ,Dore r:!ir-?. narrowing tbe view and i ig tt lonzon nearer U the s . . w lTa become heavier and i tLe eov7 mc,r rolling after leaving , - . , ' s, 71 - lLe LLe?t point on the I acic roads, V,rniin ta rifil arn? niiii.il an1 l. iir.rjiii, auu uuiiijz iiic a, kcri uifuu " t aha nurf 1.1 .. r-r m i-.f L,tn v ut . v v.. v,. vu muuuiia r.ugr 01 .lunn Tl r - 11 . n,1 rfc I : v mriro r ai.ii - ; ;r : - . . t-f - V , -'.l'rt T9T the in.ormation of the, ,v - f?Vr.e n' , -r ! Ij, wtiKn is greener ay more ?er-; T'J " wnm rai-, i,, ta r ,-1 fnn t?i trim ri.a ! " - ; ' - u - tered a more isolate country than ,a3.r ?H wn- "thicg grows bat j ?aP' trusb, and even it look disgust- wltn habitation. It attains j , r , , , . but 1WW ftunlfd growth. One Las i - K - . a T l. ir " tLe snow-covered P.oekv Moanuja j --s T . r T" T i n . j4 ftfif a fill : ,SUU1U""', " V i .. - .j - .rnx - - . ,. , The country is s-.ul out litie ea- rlL. r,-ea c'"invIr n inpression of tbe s; The track winds among low brok- rould i rface. j . - . tins, worn into curious forms by action of wind ana trost aad sun On tie peculiar soil ot wnicn tney are ti UltTUlNi-tl This ends tbe second wa- a-- v . - - J. TLre ao'Ltr fi;Lt- "d the mormnir the passens-er bx.ks out f till on the sage-brush desert and cur- j , , . xor m ie iu.i.-- uc iu ..ti , station mere is aomc mu rerung seen-, y, tie tills becoming more promi- Bent. "a I'm5 niore curious anu , tauliSuI - turcti iuttes, so-eaueu, give still new forms of tie same gen- 'a-.t n . q . .r and c-rn?iirp as T w Green river. iut oiLer ise auu, monotonous barrenness continue till 2 o'dotl in the afternoon, wtea. soon j r leaving Wasatch, the train en-; ters tbe begmmng ot t.ct.0 t anon. ana me remauiuer o in- irij io kjk- -i . i i . r . l i -. - ( ;den. about seventv miles, is made P--aa. uu rxiinug ! riru -iu "-""- The road advertises that 'II I . I . , . . ( ) o .n i-.ln-.e. tion car will be attached to while passinr through tbi- -- Bat It is not done, and has not 't n , ' - , , . ,, , 4, -.- -y S'" i fusion, probably the clearness of the , jatnxisjiere, and the consequent dis-.j . r "";, ; tir.ctne-s with wticb details of form ! color cn fi'ed in tbe ' dtance, as well as tie homreneous ,ructu ; of the rock, pree.pice of a It"011 - - Ieei UQl uaf nrsi as very nigu : ana 11 ntuicu iu i lh? . V j i v s i among higher 1 tofuer cXffs. This scenery, j pe gara, is jLsarinting at first j :hat lt " magnitude rapidly , i-t a little comparison and reflec-, - - . a a - .I--t-rn.s -" w t litciy 10 vuina ILe t. ueai nt r s u 1-1 "I . 1 at J-al a. But the one fact that impresses it self eatdU Ull it fixes an indelible ianivsoa.-'-erTae all otters made on tte jownsev.U'tbe atter desolation, tbe barrenness." tbe worthlessnes-s of ' all the eonntrr rtassed through west . 4 . of a rmint sit one fctmdred and tt -aile from Omaha Now and ! 'then rne will see a stock ranch, ibis j consists of a turf tut a tent or per- ; . mm m l baps a small stockade, situated near a young , '"v -.uu.-: uiiK,.,- a s.... ... . v. , Kan t(f tb Marchoi-jess.' and .. , .-,1.5 . . a : of them a -n??l 1 ." . liil-'" ' , 1 exists but one single manuscript -. appoimea wun tne s-euer vi t-cuo : -f :, Tl .. ... .lanninct Mint on tn 1 cnnsviTXiiia . r . . .. v. .. , r a . j Li. Ftoek wL n Le Las ral-f-d it, w tujrtery in wLIeb I did nr't ? k to , tLeatrieal rf -ri-'ian'-e T T!if R' trs jfr. It va- t.t jif,..f..na d. Tf I'lattc vifr-" a'l tbere, aad Lvn tl oiruin s at :--eejn iiri;at r n i: - own w nt up lLf v vain'v - Li-i f. r ai au-liaTik-, f'r i:j tie ii;T 1 1 f d:ra-. .Vmint v? prfw-n t wit-ri.tir.-' it i !''. i-:iira'-l ',j any l-w ( nos tbeir j .Tfrn.'an but a V'lusr Mrrer-d r-tutb f vef-tati"i. man, drt ?el in a t-u:t ( jray, Vif.ve I in b- lizlt tt- f t.-, bia Laod-nie fje ad'-rned with a Lm'.t -'.ni- 1b .ut-? al-'it 1 'mail. Il-trim 1 mii-:a b". The j, Unin 1 ific lacd -ratit and tLt.- 1 , crv ajanisi jnrinjj Tav tje arm ' tK-in? told to settlors at .'ia ,.f,v0 t;.c.-.,- t-,m v.tv u nndoubtedly of very -reat value. It ; ;s rbotce fannin? !and : thon?b tbere are manv oW-.acles to profitable cn!- ; tur Weit cf tLL? tbere are abo- ; intv n ajTici:!taral land?; and of aj tne j3ns owned bv tie railroad. (,ran j I?!an3, nt a tnon.-acl acres ; woni, mcre taM , an 37 Tbe Government. i m reserv If tbe lands located Lv tbe cornranv thro-jrb Nebraska, re- tains all tbat is worth anvtn:Br tnat was ever granted to tbe Uninn I'aei 5c, except tbe million acrer for wbieb country , ',"'' IMUlf !rne?s of tie eonntrr on mv i riind to s i'TitVrran Yr,t i d great a knowledge of tbv West as anv man liv-nr. be made tbe aston jaLing ffeneral" statement tbat exeej-t : Orespn; which ba? a wet climate. not ver two t-er c nt. of tl Ire wlole i countrv west of tLe 1 fxnb meridian ; eould ever be made useful for asrri- : cultural purposes not even when . every river and brook and stream bad n rnilized to its ntmosr caiacitv for irrigation. Ia ti e whole Terri- tory of Utah not aa acre is produc tive vcithout irrigation, and no fur ther irrigation here can be undertaken. without the octlav of srreat capital. One other generalization will now now values for amcflltartl nnrro. ih.U rinVi ivlnnm- u j wien, for purT-r.se of imration. ; f r. vatpr il uur aiwrr cmi iuc iw.u uirriui- 4n (t DvrtL and south line some :i , the Knr.h meridi- lijiirs wrsi 01 oiuamj uu i.wa eprea-u : ., , , , npoutne sou, an ine agncuitarai pro- , darts will not feed tle mming F - - P" - i . - i - , i.t . i-.,yn n Dimu ui rcasjaaoii wci:ti- ru u,u,ii. The mineral wealth . o. tne region, uufreisrasw iK-ueTc, i- greaier than Las ever l-eea estimated or dreamed oi Bat tfcc mines are in the mountains, and not oa tbe plains. vbe i.i r. , Lere tbe Union Facifie owns If.- tvuu.. ruin r,f ii,-.;,-i -..,, v, ina v , - uvikr sro-r ir, usu I inn bib.su uesen. eriniuxT acre of flat, feri--prairie in Nebras- ka. Am Eee-exitrle Kiaf. a ttt nwitu,-ur-i ui iu, Ki of BaT.r;, . TLe eccentrics tie of the young Lave of late become such that tbe question : insane is more anxiously agitate! at Aianicn, ana especiauy at tbe impe rial court at Berlin, tbsn ever befre. . ! aJ-W ivi uj(.i V A I I V U . 11 . atWT VI taiV ea j j Kiug tare all b(K-n forgotten : his ex 1 .'Penditure nf six million dollars for .a vr. ., ' , II ,V 1 - ; iiuiiauu at ails laruc ei iiyiirui u- wangea tire hanging-gardens of , Queen Semiram: his attempt to ; build a pyramid like tbat of Cbe-ps rncron? Cirtat;0ns with royal prince oa tbe lamou? tectteia. and Lis nu- es, tthom he jilted m st uncere had the most when thev nt90J1 Xo j,Xlk f r Leart and hand. an offer of bis But that which engrosses at tbe present time the attention of the good burghers of Manieh fs tbe singular mania of tbe young king in regard to theatrical affairs. It is a well known fact that King Louis II, lo kts upon tfcf thett,r I3 lbe pri fWarce of eQtjon . that be considers popular edncation ; that te e-nsidertbat I had rrown a rreat deal, and, A few days a.terward t.e young Frederick Ton ShiHer and Molierelthen inquired for mv little friend -4lJ.r returned. She wa- mystcr,ous the two dramatists without tthom Itw 1tM b-upi'It received by the lawyer, who its present eminence; and that be, the Wittlesbach ruler himself, has writ- -u "'"ItnllTiir -tt-l 1-I in Eij r.T.inr.n n the train fombinatron of all that is prais--scenery. fK c..t,;n, i,.itoe- TK- nn x.-r.,- tl1a, ?a tu -Tf- there copy and it is wri en in Alexandrine verses, that is known about it ail Xo foBnj hu m hig eT 0De ha i hat l pon it ut one person Has seen it performed upon tbe stage, and yet tbe tt hole company of the Royal Theatre of Munich knows it by heart; and the play has. moreo ver, lieen performed already upwards of a dozen times with scenerr and v w Ul, decorations, such as bare rarel v been to-Ted upon tbe tragedies "of the nTi. Tb(, explanation of all this is a Terr ?impe one Xing Louis II. is m cttrirter. Most of tbetinie be lives in k. M m VVU.iU3 a U 1 V v - , in utter se-lgo ! elusion. The pomp and splendor of! ... in the Alpine retreats of the Bavari- anllirbland. Tbe -ita-e is his fa- an Jiigmana?. ine sta e is nis vorite pastime, but to witness public performances, when evervbodv risefl C . V. . u. , -. Ijiv, ta. 1 1 1 m .a I soon as he makes tis appearance, is so drtaTefa! to htm ttat for years le bast not set foot in his own theater at Munich, except on the occasions which we are about to specify. About four months ag-o the actors of tte Iioval Theater in the above j mentioned eitr reeeired from the manager of the stage the cast of a plar entitled Thr Fan nf the Mar- eAio-ie?, whose author, he paid, wish- t. - - a . ta fif-'ed to remain untnown. bat wbicn was to fcerebearsed immediately. A i a -i - . 1 weea anertt-ara tne nrsx rrnear-xi took place, and a few days later the actors auu actresses woo rrr it- ttt pear in it were startled hr the notifi cation that tber were to play tbe piece after midnight on the 3d of March. The most vigorous secrecy was enjoined upon them, and ini me diate dismissal was threatened to those wbo should talk about tte affair. Lad ever Lesrd of fo'.L yonsg man eat-d ia tLe ! ft tro?niuni-box. and Le seeded t-o follow tie perforrranee witb rapt at tention. Tbe experienced aetori d'd tbeir bet to. f ay ;L-:r pan? well. None of ttea La 1 jK-rf. rrjid under n.ore finrulcr. nut to d.ejjra' inz eircnni?tanc'-s. .Vj'plaasc tLere was none. TLe curtain went down, and it went op arain. TLe on'v .-pectator prer ct wa.-. to all appear ance L'zb'y inte rented, but not even f nee did Le clap h's Land. Finally. jn?t a tLe neizLb-jricar eloek of .St. CatLerine'. cLurf-L rtmck . four. tLe r.iav was over, and tlf ac- per- ince are : seems unnatcral k-r ti.eni t-j piav to aa audience ttiibo'it marks of ap- ptao.-e or c:.-appr oral ; s;rr.piy before i f-ne youcg man. wno. n te wears a rown. promts l.y tis royal pnroga- uvts in a verr eunousni:-.nner.-1 it a 1'rtnK. ruial la Mj Owi Trap. ILa aad I bad U-en silent fubv ffteen minute: an unusual ocfurrence , 1 ,.J.li I .,-!... , I '.' 1 US, RUCU .UUjtJ.I L'i I'kC O with one of her ravest ra's of laughter. The cars were goir;? at . the rate cf fortv miles an Lours. Lut Pora's laugh rang out above all tbe noise and confusion. ' What is it Ira. yea It' h I said. ba!f pioned that she Lad n-t told me what imu-eJ Ler, and lau.'b ; ed afterward. XotLing, Neil, only I was tbisk- ing ot sometling funay. Ty you see :ttat gentleman jnst in fr et of us I with those beautiful l3ack n hiskers aad brown eyes ? Well be has been . watching us behind tbat bf-ik for tbe .last half Lour. looking as if Le would I like to take a Lite of tbe roses on yocr cheek. Pon't Uush, but he's in love with tou 111 bet mr jood i tE?mJ i-i it I mi- i-it tl.i r" -p r.f I nave real oi lt ' I . CVliUfUiea lor mistaking Landsome ieir. etc.. and thought ould b if vou coald ; .v I Willi iHJ It onlr marare to mistake that rentle- .Cia fr Tpur Mother Fred. t ,, ,,i r f.T anv fun in a mo- 'ment j -tti - in a.-. - r , t K,Va.n-t wi J Hit 1 -a W al A A AA U , A ' L V i i i F ' , t -,.K,N.. tv.- ... ,fR,i.(.-.A.,J i;." . .,. :.v t - " v" eyes gets oa tLe cars at our station. .v. 1 J wait till te rets mixe-l up witii him ia a fetter of delight and call him brother, and giving htm such another kissing as be ha? not Lad since he aw tis sweetheart bst "Yes I would if I were you," said Pora. sarcaitlcaliv, -voa daren't vou dare, thonh ? Jn-t vou wait and ec." And so I dropped back into the cushions ia sileace. till the tra'.a st ip- ! ped at our station. Pora gave me a tt icked wmk and whispered that she knew my courage would fail me. I was not to be triumphed over, and so. when we stepped off tbe plat form. I saw the literary gentleman standing amid the ero d. and tt itb a bound I threw mvself into his arms. mm lull in tbe mout cry ins: "Fred, mv dear orotoer. Low are you ?- I cansrht a glimpse of Pora, and she was in dang.r of iroinr into con- vnlsions. I expected' to "hear the stranger sav there was a mistake amtiktT.'hnt t. mv .nrnri- Y. gave me a heart v emlra-e, kised me two or three times, said he was elL WLo tbe svmpathies of the crowd, as thev ' scarcely gave ner time to K-ai nere;.. supposed she wa? insane, judainlri ' J questioned b.-r wtta tne most from her frantic lansrhter. " " , curK.s,ty. 'Father and mother are expecting (.ap:tai, capital . von. and so impatientlv tbev can ! " Persevere m voir design, MaJ Icarcelv wait to see voa. I was emoiselle. bat the next time you come afraid "vou wouldn't k'aow me, bet : to consult me rive me the name of I'm reiHr glad that mv image has ; the man yon are going to-mak--- so been treasured up so care'fullv in mv j i-aI'I'.r " ??" of himself " little sister's heart ' i A fonnigLt afterward the young I was bewildered bevond measure. knocked at the door ftf tee coun It was Fred. then, and I had not room. No sooner was se ia known him, I felt slirht'v ridiculous than she c-r herself ia a chr. m J and while introducin? Pora to mv ? that tie walk Lau made her WW -rVimp-P,! t" l,cr tr brcatLIess. Her eonntd tried to re unict tM-inil-tnw rr n. lnpn.Uil f--i - ir I was too moch confused to tlink ot inquiring now ne came how he came ia the car? without seeing me ; so we went to i the carriage that was waiting fbrj us, and very rapidly drove home. I had never known Fred to i-e so affectionate, he lad teld my hand in ! bis own all the time, and kissed me ' at unnecessarr intervals ; but to tell , tbftrnth. I Lad never oved bim bai:, well before, never thouirht him so a0 handsome. We reached the gate, mother1 sed me and cried over me, father j -a . a a .! ted it ana nnaiir a irant, Leanv 1 t :., a.IIaIlo d T0U 0-a t0 .ildo' ren 1 -T0U t0 ia-iDOiiCty me, vour scapegrace brother, ! . . . ' i-iuac uui vtiku. . , . ., . , , And to iur aetionishment a hand-j sotue 111 low A uau not Meu oeioi c I tad not seen before i gave me a genuine Leg and a kiss ' . i . . , i a .1 . . 1 , mat Tea couia near across ana. ( "There is some mL-take," 1 mur-! iniareta. .-trff ivu Hit uituii, a . x v ,,.Vw.-. r-.j i I thouirht that gentleman was, ; fmiiicr f,T trees. He had a poia-inr to the handsome man I tad pp.j. CT(.hard cf al-oat twenty-five met at the depot. i arrcs. The soil was p.xr and he rav "Why. sis. are you crazy? Of i nured ttith potash only. One liar course I'm your brother, and thatir-.L costing $3-5, or ffteen cents a Mlow is my college chum, Archie' pound lasted hlci four years. He Winters, w ho went half war up the I Ji-isolred it i" water, so that the lye 'road to meet vou. What are ron blushing at Nellie? There wasn't ' in it would not quite c-?roe to tte sur anytting wrong in ti going after fa(-e ; and then applied two quarts of yoa, was there ? I tadn't time to go, jibis liquid close around the trunk ev and I let tim lave your picture, so J tTy spring. From 2.0t)0 peach trees, ttat te would be sure to know you. te Lad sold during the last ve rears He's been playing some of his mad ; $l,"tO0 worth of peaches, nis crop pranks on ron." and passing himself ; had been in 1 51, 1,509 bushels; ia off lor me.'ril waeer " j.ls.0, S50 bushels ; aad ia lsTl 1,00 T WikeJ .t Arfbie beseerbinrfv.lbasheli He las aLsO a good pros- and as tley were all going into "the gat I whispered to tim : ?o-j:b. ia tLe Indian Oean. s r traveler, in tl , ajnwt !tdI wirf an'i ri? nLat is af'pr'-ipria,-'v I I'an.r'-r L-I-nd. Of ai! tL L 'TH l v r) pr-'JaMr ii t:,e ;ri'jte u Lose ex i a--erla'ijf'd. tLi.- i- i r.i'.-i 1tk!v. Oace oniv fin':'-' lb- ra;i'3. hxs it Ken known 'j Lave l-ea visiy.-d by raan. TLe fa. fir is any Luidred miles rolls and fables over a sLillw bottom, till, trrivizz tt a certain decree of lati tT:!i. tbe S'"""-r rock arcjtlv terminate-, and ti e ocean becc-mes, in a mvmctt, of unJatboma Lie depth. On tLe very edge cf tLis tbyss stands IanT?r Inland, wbieb tLe least tones, of an eanLqnake, or an nnnsnal stroke of fcrrrieanc, Diay s-t-nie G3y V'X'pIe ovt-r into tbe jotton;k-3 c'f. Froia tbi- pcr.-ua-ion. possibly, man Las n ver atterspf-d to erect L'- dwi-IIIn c,n it. Tbere it stands, ia tbe mid-t '.' tbe -rz?. overcanopied Lv the Kino f tLe bine skies, stir- rounded Iv a 1: nu.e?s expanse cr Linlnr and beantl- wavti, jtl. rally fui, t ut a little spe r..y sas as n ited rlanet. tb. Vtt. .-ujh no is astir, tbe bii- w -antirfrctan i foam arain r Isiand, which on all sid'- ci sc-n.i sheer into the deep. ? fee ;'peir frcm & distance per aC" sslbb-. A snrveyirg er-:rg the oceska in ail di r sientiSe purposes. cn?e 1: tra rf nations ! wi'id r-xL Aft'-r rowing to a c'n.-idt-rabie distance aljnr tie fx-t r-f tie prtc-ipices. enc f g-ntvmia d.sc-vered a sma.I issure. thr'":?t wLV-b be ft-'t conr: nt tb-v coul i climb t tbe snmmit; and tLt-b-.-at 1 in? pusbei tulte cos to tbe pusnei tlrceof tbem-?rt darir.g landed, and s y. r n j -r?Li to.i ana per:i. react.' a t-e t-p. i ue pr:,spec: wbieb then presetted itself was truly extraordinary, llencered gretn as an emerald by tie agency of bidden sprinr5. tbe tsL i-Ie surface cf the blet was thickly strtwn with egs of ittLn- nt-erable oceanic Mrds, which, rising from tl te :aat o nmtation. eda can-tiiv cf Tbe egzs were light cioeolate, dotted with br turficvie or b!i- a. coiors wLite, s.z-1 ccrn.can L.ue. own cr crimson, or k. II ere and tbere L'ttie D..ls T-TTtn ded m tLe si.e..s ; rb scared awav and tbe mothers, tboc: for a moment by tbe unusual appari tion of men" soon alighted near the vouht, beinr. in spite cf the name of their tome, ticrotrrhlr ttsacqnainted with danT. It might also be said that tbe whole of tbe i?Ie formed but one nest divided into several ccm partments, wterr the naturalist, if he could live cn ers. r'rbt study tbe appearance, habit, and character of half the winged dwellers cn tie deep. Caaskt. A ri, voting and prel and atve all rtfted with aa air rable candor, lately presented herself before a parisian lawyer iltttsietir, I Lave c:me t3 cciisttlt you on a grave affair. I want you to oblige a man I l:ve to marrv ne in spite of himself. H;w shall I pro ceed ? The gentlemaa of the bar. of course, had a sufLIciently elastic con science, lie Tt. Sected a moment and then, being sur? that no one over heard him. replied hesitatingly. "Mademoiseile, aecC'rdlng to our law. you always possess the mean' of forcing a man to marry ycj. You. must rentaln on three cxrrasis alone with b-im : yon cn then z tf:re a judge and swear that be i- your lov er. " And will that suff.ee, Monsieur?" " Yes. Mademoiselle, with one furth er condition. - Well r Then vou will produce witnesses who ttui maae oata remain a goo to having seen remain a poo-i quarter cf an ( w'" the indlyjdual sa.I to have ! trifled w-.tb your affections." 1 "Verr w.,11. Monsieur. I wJI re- taia you i meui o. as counsel ia the manae- ilis affair. Good day, a a . . - r ' ass t iiti. i-j let -a.e j - -Vf a rr d to unloose ber gar- ' mcs.s it is uie-icss, .Monsieur, sne saia. I am much better." " Well, now. tell me the name of the fortunate niortaL" Well, then, the fort-mate mortal, l-e it known to you. is yourself, said tbe young beauty, bursting into a laugh. " I love voa ; I have beea here three times - 's-a-ttlc with you. - "u5" - -1 iDt re l--re , and ray witnesses are below, reaav i a : 1 uu ,'-----s '--. - - magistraie, r e rr- if- rravefv ec-ntinuea tne - The li'-vvcr tLu cauzbt tad the . - Fa: rit : mi-i-t rJT-ir terni.- good sen.-e n. t to gei an; i ce 1 most singular fact of ail is that he w-a anakes an adores a. roans wi,e, wno maaes aa 1 boasA-aeeper. : raia-a ir rearB inei. At a roeeiiag of the Cincinnati Hortkaltural Societv, Mr. SLepard ! ar,n.Ip!.l t,- n.-ita.-.li a a most excellent ; mould be so weak that a potato put j pert for a crop this year, tbe buds be - ins nearlv all r-enert.