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, 1 ..... . , r-, : 11 " 11 . ; ' ' - " ' .-":. V " - t ' V. i '. - ' ' ' ' '1. - ,J.,...-.,,...-!r,--v... ...-.. iiv"jv- -ti .. '.v -- - " "" ' - : I B- ,-,; .. ., . j-. --iV-i.. -if,':1--':- - . - -' - . ,.1 .- r O f5.rS? " '-f - .......... " .. ... , . ? .. a . ..;,. ' , - 1 ' ... ' ., 1 The Tarboro Southerner- W-M. BI25S, Editor and Proprietor. inn S t;i!':itNK ' e of ihe olJestaiid test Journals in North Carolina, and af B .. . h msiii.nion of the Country aim r,n o KJirecomhe Cou.utvJt c.jndiii- vrill tr:vre to direct it in the interest o e State n.i Country "ft larger and he wil. pare no pains to make it a litrepreseutative 1 t lie s.eotion from "which it eracnates' ! he sitbsiTipMow price is 'Threw Dollars o r Two uoUarstortMX aiontus and iiiiim . T be paid 'in '.'ak:u ITtDrincK.' .moiiry ina; iinl c;iole Rl ty itjail, at'tue riakol'tht- n;i!ilier. ' ' '' ' '- 1?. II.Buxx, ocky Mount, JT.C Sam i t- Wiu.iajis Dattieborw. N'C. BU1SN ac AVILLIA3I8,; Attorneys, at Law. OFFICES: ftocky Mount, Battleboro and NaBnville. , Olljco at Rocky Mountoptn at all times, at Bdttleb ro oh pvitjys'&ntl Saturdays, an.l al Nashftile n .rfah'taV"' '' Business letters ahoriM be addressed to the Snn at 11 or lev Mount. i ' CUtOUIT: Nash, Eagecorabe, Halifax and Wilson. :cJOUi'iis collected iu any part i Xorth C:triliiia. JL Practice in the Supreme and Fed eral Cftarts. Jo. 4, 1872. 11. W. JQYNEK, ATfORXEY' AND Cva:soov ' ai jw U'iil iitten.l prunptly to all iirolessio'inl hn.siiiess enti listed to bun. Hl-Ii'Is'.o 11"U. .Vm. II, llttlft & Sons., Rilcih, and tj .lie Cli'vf Justice and A-so'iate Justici-s ot'ttie Supreme Court of North Cari'linsi. Will prat'lice i:i P tt and adj 'iuin cun tics, aid the S'iprcnie Court it tbc St t - Hu-incss Icitt-r-. tuny bo HfMn s.-vd eir. to Greenvilv oi Fiilkud. Pitt' Co., N. ' Ciairsr cttile'Jted in ary p:r, (' S-:ar. 'in.if.27-i? n . SWIFT GALLOWAY, Attorney nt 1av, . 4 55.03? Hill l:-tf N. C. Jon. W. Wiijtp. CA31MET MAKER, CJnclerta, Is. o i?; PITT STItECT, oar ChlunUeimer'B Livery Stables. "tar boko, n. c ill order in h a line promptly filled, j v.9-i: cf Chronic and Acn? Khenni:ii ism, Nen r-ii'i, Ln Td,iij;', ScirltK-a, Kidney ,iii'l ;Nerons le---1. "fc- t.t- " -"Ftiii-. Jiy taklna Or. FUl'.TR V Stablr Bhnim:if ir yriij 'be fCi-'ii' i tic di-C'vHry of J. P. Ft tel, M D .an'irnlar erad iate p-iysietan, 'with irl"iil ' arc e-s- tiailv aciiijaiineil. lp n.is (urii-i via? i atiJf t lie? :s'.-t- IX l.isiA t tv Will: aioniiiiii renlr. : '.lii-i-.. !r n ;i-:.'ni-ii:iii do v. after delib- 'intbiit, to eiitiseietitiiiu lv ri-quost stii? r e;s t use it, especially pcisoi.a n inode tate cireit'tis'aa -es w canimt nlfotd o waste money and time on wi tbb;ss mix tures. As elei-jrymen wc seri.nisly lee! ibe rdep restvMi-ibititv resting on n.s in pub bvIV enl'Tst'i tltU medicine. But out kn lede and experie, ce if its rental k a'i!e in-rTt f'tllv justifies nur jieti'-n. Rev C.H K-A-iusr, Media, PenVa, salT-red 1G vears. Iw-rams bp-I -ss. JJev. Tiioin. Inrpliv. D. D.. Fiankftird. 1'bila lelpiita. Rev. J. B. TUvis. Hiahtstown, New Jersov. Rev. J. S. Buchanan, Clatenee, loufj.' R.-r. G. G. Smit't, Pttlsford, New York 1J v. Jom-i.1 lU'sas, Fa Is Church. Philadelphia. O'btr tesiimonils from Senator, G 'VertK.r. Jnd-s. .Congress j me, PhyMcian. Sc., forwarded Rtatifs .n-ith painp'.lct exj lainiutt tbeso dim-axes. One thonsj.'i ,d- llara will be ptese'-ted to an V medicine fctf xiune diseases nhowin; qiial merit nnder 4est, or that can pro duce ine-f"itrtb us manv living cnt-s. Any person sen lin;: bv letter description of af- fJctton will receive $rris a ie itt sititien irnirrinlpi' nani'inn tbe ntiniber ' bottlo Tv cre, n erect ng to refund money upo (tworn statement i.f its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write I- Tyr. Fit ler, Philadelphia. valuable advice cot notliinfr. nr 4. IT Macnair. soecial a rent fot npecombe county. C. . .iy.l6-ly JOB KOSES' Sill JAlfJS C! ' C?"lttrrrr ttt if .It ii,H.tr,T'r, . t P. fff (Jttntrr i- ;-. A' i n r - i ' ti- , li'r'vi i Vi'l are linf.-.i ir-r it "'' ;-: nf . ikiiIl'1 l Mii(fcrtiUii &'s.v-- i v'fc.,-:i tii- ffe-fs- cnM i i inn r s-ibipc . ''. ' "r.o V r - ,r ' t nro .lil HKppr.;.--.- n- if !,-'; - oy cti-l, niilniTJUiiiti'.'tv. ' ' ' ; i ;N Tta nn.i tuiui . Cf-i J t -h.- tt : ur i'; O! t!i UwaH-. i 1 jKtOi IC -Tt'l p'.-w . i, .-x f.. cure when iill ':tir fiifan i.:vp i:"'--t. :iik! i4h--n ory poert'il. cntnta hvlhiufi iiuj .nn U the mo fit; I irate coomiat:ni. ircular in r'nelqh rierwn zr& TVnh crov.. I'ne OF.Nns'H f'ilin nre 5fl l . -it uu-st !r:?r ;tor. t' 'if j'oiir (Ir'ifriimt cannot jsnpij thv iri.r'vf. ii i i: he pernaaiir-l t Hiavt ary uiif-r'i-it r hup'is ' ticlobtft s?n ';ie i :!.ir ti tfc? Bnle jrinielrr. .r ; jV.uwp, H HTtl.Tni!r Mrm-t, ;Vw Yrk. with yi 'ufMpresfl office at which ynn wiil c!I fertile p.u- ffc. a:iri abatfJeof the r-iKNTINK Pills rtirflv n: safely packed in plain wrappers will be sent by rctu. cprr. RELIEF IN TET-1 rli.JUTE' linvAT's yrLMejiic Tr tFDit Curo ('OC'iBR. Co.l3. Asthma. ltBoscHTris. r TaaoAT, HoAKSFNyss. lUFFiefi v li i:inc. 'CIPIKNT fONSOMIl I"S ANi. I.I'Nli lisfvts. 11 . faava no tara mmlteino, n Aiy rtul.l will t.-. them. Thowtamls have hwn re torfd ttiirh ti: tnd lef:ro despairetl. Te slim- ny irivcn in humtr f cws. Aslc fi.r BKYA SSSPU I.Mll.NK ' W A 5- KI. l'rirr 3o rciilK frr bK. .1DM V JSES, fruntu tor.B 1'iH-tlancit Street. New "crlc TH CHEAT FRENCH REMEDY PrtATf AVtFS SPk'f IFTC PIttv-. Prepared by J. OAPkAW'l Ki, No. '211 Kna f onilinrii.'PHrii. The!,- nUls are hiKh! n-r4iimendc(i bT tho enrif Me i'cal Kacull of rr.im-e us the veiy tear remmi. m all c-iifMof Snerm-.t-irrhoe. or Srnnual VVeaknisf j AVdk iiine: fierii&.tB ii ttie tnoe; Nerv;u l)e bility. no t ail thd (rhast'y trsin of I'iseast-s ansln;: "from Ahiideand parrot Habits. They r- h?n el: . other remeilira fail. :,n t h ivp tiiiea u?-ii with astcntfiD idk anccesit ty the lenHin-r French rhrn-ianadunD' the past li ye.ir. l'airplilet. if Ailvico in each box or be itent Vree to any tuiiimm. frire S I Prr Box. Sent tiy mail. rrr;it-.;lt g.Uil yV" ail ih ri "'r. on rprripf of price ty any adTertiped Arrnl OKCAR !. MOSKS, IS 'ou'i l ANlr K.. N Bolo .eni-rjil Affpnt.fpr r-T-;- ESTABLISHED 1801. KADER BIG6S L CO., ZADE1C BIOOS. - ASA BIOGS COTTON FACTORS AND i General Commission Merchants, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, b SPECIAL AND FAITHFUL AT te itiou to sales of Cotton and all other kinds f frodnco, ana prompt returns mado. Our lonf; expene .cb iu buftiness gives ub euper or advantages in tanking sales at the hihe ,t market prices. ,'ottou Forwarded to Liverpool tree of I'll HftlUUH. L be. aU dvancea made on produce in hand. Hcpt. 6-tf. ' if 111 Pirn fTffrMflft- - - ' ' "1. AM A SOUTHERN MAN, OF SOUTHEltN. PR 1 N C I P L, E S'Jeffey son Dayisj ' to&I;' ' ' ' I ! 5"! H w-" : :" 1 1 VOLUME 40 advertisms:exts. ChaniDerJam & Hawls, TARBQRO, N, C, Practical Watchmakers - V'V K'ii 5 "i '. FINE JE V iiLRY, Sterling Silter and Plated H are . v . - ; EDDJCy BJNGS &c. jatCia-tr. r '". i v ESTABLISriEt) 1847. K. aHlSKNVOOD-' aED, 0E&KSWO0D C. F. GREENWOOD & DRO., DXTALEltS IN ' '' Oiamonda. Fine Watelias, JewPlrj Silver Ware, Clocks,- EXGACEMEST & WEDDKC' RIXGS No. 47 Main Street, M)KFO.K, VA. U?-Special attenf.on given to tin repa!ri ins? of WHtches, ,Cloi-ls ai.i Jewe'ry. Fine iCHair Jewelry mdeao'orJer I-' I i'.' 9- Iv s. l sfivn & a. ; ' - AND Oirx? etins, f orncr"3lain and Gi anby Streets, .NORFOLK, Va. Jauy 21y T. li. GRIFFIX, Uocky iUouiit, Xgt. EKTA-BLIs-HtD 1811. It. I. MCIt.TTAINE, ki!.j. k pons0 . . EMrtGEES, t:i)W3IGBArIAM, m eiL v;a I X E & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS : AND ' Coiiiinlssioii 3J(-iT.liaiits. Pctcrslnsrg, Ta. L IBERAL CASH At'VANIC MAPF. ON ill lorrsitifiientF i Cidtc.ji. "ct 13-tf LOOK HERP.J Weary Woman! There Is P.est for You. STEAM WILL DO YO.UIt WORK. THE STEAM WASHER. Oil ; Woman's Friond, The latest, ti e cbej st.thc ocm no rab- bine no pouudini, t o turning or t nr iug; no c uivsy cjliu ier. aid no iwerty or thirty d ,llrrs a - ueaKo. Steni uies it til. v :' ' Although often attempted, no method tad been discovered -of . applying steam irecilv to the cloM inw. which eon le" be used in.a nrotitaLl.i mariner, for d-'mes'ic iiiiriioses. ' The ' X OMAN'S FRIEXO cashes 1 without labur. It "ill doth, w;uihin2if an ordinary f. mily in thirty minutes to an hour. The Stuam W usher 's anpei-ior t? all rthe devices, for the fol lowing reasons :. 1st. It doai its own work, thereby av- iiio- a liire. pitl-llOli 01 ixic iiuic u.iiiii'' :akcn in u-iannly.. 2d. It uses rciich 'less soap than is re- piired by any Ctfiief -KK !io. 3d. It leotiires no aitention whatever ilo the pffjcsa of oieaning is eoiti? on. A ladv can do her yvushin.2 while she is ea- iriE; her , bt eakfatt " and doirg up the l.reakfast dislcs. 4ili. Clothjnff wears double the time, ashed in ibis washer that it will washed bv a nnchiue, or by hand-labor, or a wash- losrd. ' 5th. Lace curtains, and all fine fabric.' .ire w:udi d in a superior manner. All fabrics, from ths finest lace to a bed-blan ket, can 'be washed pet fectly, and with ease, without the rubbing-board. ., It is truly a tabor and Clothes Saving Invention, I could givo thorsands of certificates as to merit, .but none can be satisfied until they see it iu opeiatipn. It only needs to be seen to be appreciated. ' . ' The unlersii;n?rl having purchased the RIGHT lor th.e County of Edgecombe, vO i .' -' " and having mnde arransrments with Messrs.. PLUJIMKll, LEWIS & CO.,. for the maouiacture of the sane, is prepared to furnish thtn upco demand- ;. - :. t.i . . .. TARBORO, N: C , 09' xev AirEftTisEi3fnt TdrboHVoiitlieiirc'r.- This unrivalled Southern Itom dy-is warran ted not to contain a aingle particle of murcury or any injurious mineral mtetance, but in PURELY VEGETABLE. F r forty years it has proved its great value u all diseasca oC Ijie Liver, Bowels and Kid-n'-ys. Tlioubunda of the jjood apd prentin Ul parts of the country vouch for ita wodqct ul and peculiar. wr i punfyinp the IJlood. stimulating tne torpid Liver a "d Bowels, and imparti.ig neiv if and Vig'r to the whole system. MM MOSS' LITER UE? L LATOB is . knowledged to have no eqnai as a LIVEU MKDICrJ?H. It contains fonr medical elements never united in tho rame happy proportion in any ither preparation, via : a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, an jmexceptioh Me Altera tive and a certain Corrective of all. impurities f tb- body. ,Such.:j;nal suceese has at tended its use thrifts now regarded as the GRKVT UNFAILING' SPECIFIC r Liver Cortiplyat. aod the painfuf offspring 'hereof,, to wit;: Dyepiiia, Contttipation, ram. 'lire, Billioua attacks, hick Headache, lol.c, Dcpressi-ju of Spirits, Sour stomach. :tcart Hn.ii- Ac, Ac. Jlegrulate the Liver no .revent :iIIXS and EVER. iijtii.iKs' XavEB liECuBi..?oii in msnfacttred oidyby- J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Macon, Qa., aud rtiiladclobia. Trice tl.',0 per package: sent bv mai, pos' rc paid, Ho4. P; eparod ready fur use tl.oo md tl.oo. Sold by a 1 I'mguista. lc.vare of all Counterfeits aud Imitatio s. THE WELCOME BAH AND JOHN F. WARD, Pro) teftr. rilUE WINTER CAMPAIGN II A? J- fairly opened and found the above Well-Known Reeort fully prepared fo the fisht. It t. as here tofi rc, troutalns a!l the purest kinds o LIQXJOKS, acd the choicest brands of equal, if not superior, to any eVer brought to yaiooni. lho RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT has been thorousrhlv renovated and improved preparatory to action. Tho TA1JIE will be supplied with the very best tie market afford?. iud uioals can d oniaiueu at au nour. xjcbj . NORFOLK OySTERS dailv received, and sold in qnantitics to suit purcliasers. A suijerior ataortment of G-rOcerles, nch ac Snga,-, F'.juu-, Mrdasses, Rutter, Lard, lieese. Ac,, owtantiy on nae.a. Mt tbar;ks are ben by respectfully tendered j the public at lar;re for past liberal eiicouiage- mo t, and assurance given tiiat no enori nu ay part will oe spared to please in the future JOHN F. WARD. PROPRIETOR OF 'TVVT.COME R8 A f. ELL1C TT. JSO.VEB5tILI.ION. mq. T. WHITE. Elliot! tt White, WHOLESAX.E DEALEU8 1 No. 2J Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va. Acents for J. Bumgirdners Old Tirsinia' P.ye Whi&key. jat y a-iy TARBORO FE3IALE ACADEMY School exert-iaes will be resumed M0SDY, SEPTEMBER 29T1I. Tebms Board, inclndintr English Tuition, er Bessioo of five (5V.nwiitlis 33. 'ositively all charges payable half is ad-; VANCE. M. . J-.A,urilt, aug23-6t. . ' rrincipl. Banks & Brown, PROPRIEtBS,' ' - t . ' . v, C Just opened on MAUX STIVIL1S.T, Nearly opposite the Trug Store of Dr. A. H The nubiic are respectfully informed that it is our uiteution io uiaa-c XEW ESTABIalSHMEXT ' M if 3 fixur.Alaod in ftWrV Tift rticular. and that I n ins rt ia . niinvA r - . i J nnt.nAiit hwn thoroughly overhaulef 1 V J 4,. mna atlfirA Oil 1 14 I H )Tl and everything connecVd with the r . if, new and of the best character. The senior . r PlMKit irhn lias Ixieil eneKCU T:;i"r Yon. mWr of'Veirt wUl ner-nal siiwrvisitiir' jot-the' business and the public weft kno that he ia fuHy com- petent id presiae e,vtr ur We Ktep lo BookM, and none need ask for credit, "tfe respectfully aai for a portion, of public, patronage. j Hi BANKS, J.rl. BROWN .: Proprietoj Tarboro, N. C. UDel8-tN EDQECOMRE OpUNTW rimrsday, - . - - October 23, 1873. THEODORA. ' "Cme, rom', my dog, well mw turn in. I'm tired with a long day' watch'ng . W7hy, Coorie, w hat's the matter I And as the be tiful Scotch ter rier came u , wtigging h- tail, the youn cavalry officer bent his br ght, h' dsoipa face, 'already bronze i by the ldiin tliiftate, QYflir hitoy ill his own blick, curly 1 ck-. mingled with Coorie s ye low c at ' 'What the matter, dog ? " ye've pidgtel 4&wn: '-Angus his horse J ready saddled; we've had ' ur sup per, a d the natives are all bed ; so come along, too, num rtV,- the S -poys are a long way off as yet." Xhrow'n away his cigar IJdw rd St I'lare roe up and entered his littl- bungalow the onlv white man n it or near it. for the next t icket was a couple of mile -i 'to the South Really tired, the young m n th e himself on t'te couc'i and closed his eyes, bid ii -g Coorie lie 'own. But Coorie was r s less a d fi gettjt "hd finally,' as -leep seemed stealing over, the wearied officer,' he tit ered a short b 'ri-v which Jnsta t- ly wade thj ihai'dsomf-gray eye open wide agai . - "What.now, Ooorii? ' . The'tdo! jumped on him, licked his face, an I puliing, hig ,arm vio len ly the mome.ii he sa k bac 'You won't.l t ma fcleep,fthea. Ha ! what's that f " A man's suppresse 1 v ice bene th t' e window said: "t Clar , fr H eaven's sake .awake t' e Sepoys are upon oak? ' Capt r t. Cl e was on his his f et in a s con.d, and at 'he window. 'tDajr.villfe? Right! rmrmedaad cleaned; and u.y horse saddled." f C me, then," re urn d t - ther hurri d : '.'w rt.ust fly lor ur li es. My horse i- hero: have ridden 1 ke th ind ' St Clare caught up his fai hfu! Jit !e dog, s ung. himself 3ut 'of tire wit-dow to the ir und, an swiftly nd silently fetched out I is h rse a magnificent chestnut, To moun and i ut spur-, to thir animals, was but the "work of a moment. They could hear the, ; dvanui g nemy through the j ng'e-v they could 1 mo t See the fiutiyeSjJ k JU'tVA cWdred think .1he narr w escape they ha 1 from a terrible, tor tur d, and ngl riou ,fte ., J.;ii-lJ' J t. .eiunar urew i in iur tui uuur, tading their way for the eare t station .Xh n as the rode on more carafully, St Clare told the st ry of Coorie stran. e.i Btioct cr.pt senti me t, during which the animal, per fectly understanding the loving vo ce and tou h as ha nestled in th he-vy folds . his. master, s. military cloak. 1 ked Ungratefully. " e hea d i heir advance, JJar- vi le explained, "and bei-g such a small detachmenc, C L iXanr era frflj bac 1 1 the S, uth, i nd -ent me on to you i h o der- to nj and wa n the stations between this a d Buxrat Peor. wnere you kn w 'he main bod lies." . ..'.... .. .. "Tm. Ah. tb- re is the station be- low. How quiet they a-e ! too quiet Darville. 1 don t believe t iere is a; single regiment t be rah d o ! " A little- more and he p inted sud den'v. . . "Great Heaven! too 1 te ! The villains h. ve risen. . Jj6 k. : look ! we TiAvr thnncrht to sea Mich an aw- !nl .iirlit fw short waeks affo!" BlVcitenfid-iTiins where the station had been, cortW mauled and dis- fiffured in iverv, pdssibla way that flft-vilish sava erv could invent me . r , i i womn m an.d. cuuaren ; norrors too penect i oi uens wojucu uu i irreat detai s ido- f -arfl to harrow eren are conceited y I oor I aby " . , ... , j -r-, l the reader witn nere.- xor ;nos who rumember the Indian mutiny of 1856 it is enough (or them to i-now, Vnt for those who do 'not let them in irnnfnr.hA ThiR is no t le it horrors.' 'but simnlv a trne tV tliA mAnv pni sarins which, oecurrei du ing that aad UV1UM y " " J i time. Both rode on in suence. though Maior DarYill . the elder and lesf impres ionable, was the first to re cover bis p wer vt speech . -r "We mast keep on ; a day s jour ii ev wi 1 brinff us to Burrat Peor." "Yes. -' Wu .t is that, exciaimea ot. Clar -." sudd nly drawino; rei "T bear noth nsr but tne oeasts howl ner. R de on, man, rile on "I won t till i hear it ag.in. xy . . . . . . Heav n, it w-s the 'ice of a ch Id I "A wild cat you maaii tney cr li e a baby." - "it was not a . . - L - 1 Ua T .rvAi - and nrtrinrrine' to the -OT'uud, he seiz' d hoji of a bush of greenwood clo-e by, wh n lo 1 it.came up with i;.. fhof Aim shi th-ewh m 1 1 ,i ti, .. oe-.nna Anrr tore away-tha Toostip a minute. "It i a dry well, s ia iarviue. "And a lit IejEhild at the bqtt Jin, .jist. fliirA. lendinff over he - lt is verv shallow. I can eret it out if JQU.ke pa good look-out rZ.wlinrM'' . : i-r'T, Vi'arlia. am arance:-but in a moment h o MftnrearerL holdinff a 1 ttle -t- firm -which thev o'ACed i TOlo r.A arn.mij ed oa Ll.Wmii.tt" ' " ti i:i'i. uA fVi-roA vn it, nm, m.. ; j- v wKnrfl eTtremei "-beaftty tei her trrrrr Semi Bt .rvafiion , , Vrs. - ' i ' nnnin i c i ... y-sjv. " ... , , "Poor little crea ture I and a tf NOIHTT CXViOfA OCTOBER 23; 1873. fell- tn -the-fclittl'- face, as'whei to h s b ast ''How cul i nythinn torn of woman ljrirt you? -Your fiask, Diiyillequiqk." , v, I apt in'St. t lare pave hi charge t-me bra dy t' en biseuit softked. la or ndy, till the ethitwted frame, eyean: to revive. She smiled up tremulously in, the young, hands me ffe, and thenwith a cry of terror, cHing rpu"d i is itiecb, , ''Hi'ie me ! hide me ! oh, m mma ! mg.mmal .- , . hil i, my darling, they shall not harm you.. 'though they have ro$rd red your "mother. ' iShe l ut-me there," s b'j d t' e chU ',',''ti 1 she ame." "She will ver com", darling. I mt t be lather, mother, all to vo i now. We mug- ride on q i kly, Darville, or -hi fiends wi 1 be down on , w j Hn held the child close-, li ted Coorie, und r$ noun ted, wi-app:nj both child t and dog in his cloa.-, itain t e strong c a-p of his Vrigh arm. "i am read," h' said; and th horses, rofieshed by t eir r st, start ed off at a good, steady p ice ai ng the track wh ch wa the best, route towa ds Burrar- Peor. The t oor 1 ttle ch Id, h must hav s ffered terrors for many h urs, which, per h ps, fe could estimate, slept soun y in her protector's arms. "What beauty she is," sail Ma jor Darville, onse". "I'oor li tie ass; wonder who he is yours now, I t ink, St C'arj, fy Joy , and I fea no one ltes t claim har." t "Poor baby, no: and loo' here. Darvill , if n j one does own her, I'll not give her up to any: o y in tht world.,' 41 , . "vuff, b y," sai l Darvihj, "You are not ;r ;h; what can you do with the child?. How the fellows would chaff '. ,j 'Let thejri. I an laugh who w n; andi will deny myself to save for her.' . ".E iward St Clare, it is a thous and pitiea. hat jro r ather a d m. -ther aire dead! .' exclaimed 1 ar ville. "They quid have been proud of their son.. s. j am, at tbis moment of my friend." ' " huti Darville. So, here is a smooth piece; give rein They shall n ver ta e us alive. ' ..-.' - The day wa1 dawning when the fugitives again slackened speed, and fi ally et pped by a str am to let iheir Aetri trlrvkhnxul a mseiveS fi-om 3Iaj r Dai'ville's well-, rovid d 6addle-bags. .''Tea minute-s' rest," he Raid, br ng ing forth provisions '"Come, p ettv one wake up for some breakfast.'- The little reature was s d eply asleep that her youg protector placed her, cloa-, dog, and a 1, n the groun i before s e began o wa e up, with a scared look in ihe grea blue eyee, which c .aijgedto a sunny smile asthey weni fr- m one f ce t the other. Poor orphan ! she was too ycunj to know her lo s. She, however, quicklv fettle! h rself against St. ' lare. and eat her sand wiches l a i retty, dainty, lad like way, which told as much as her ap pearance, she was the child of well born, well-bred people. "What is your name, golden- iheadf" aid St C a e, te d rlv draw ng tV silky glittering urls th oufrh his long slender fi gers '1 h - little bri ht face looked up i" ,1 A '1 i to ms as tne sweet suvery voice aid, s mply, "Mamma'- Pe'. ' A midlife answ r, but o vivid in it- sad pic ur oi what she had been and wh t she vas n w, that it went like a vlrys cl bio to the young, brue, heart Ft. - a e s ddenly covered his face, but he m s ered himself at neer "I can t h lp it DarviUe. I am I i i i . a -.u - I 1 ' i l . .... 1 . " aoni jou auw imji umci uuio; "io; on y H mmas Pe . I "foor c aid, you snail De my ut Ttle crirl now my pet "Til mamma ; omes, e&id ihe ch K thoughtfully. I 4T)arville. how can 1 tell nr I I ' t wha eh 11 i say pr doT The Major thought of his own wife and littl gi 1 m Eng a , and cleared h s throat before he answer ed, gruffly, "Don t tell her any thing. ' ; Listen, baby, sa d Edward, "when mamma hid her pet n the well, wnat aia s e say i . ' ?he said that the wnked ceaoyi- tterc eotiAiis', ana -tie wou-a leicii gain when it was sate or else Uod jvoula 9enu soite goo i man mj ma; " voi sie lie did, because ho seu you didn't. He. ' ;' "Chi d, child you are a lesso'i, in deed, lo me. Yes, He seut me, indeed md.vou ta ru&i DrviHe, 1, wnl call iier Thi odora tVr.w T am nn cl iss'C . , .. j . - l means -uuu s pu- Lis en lcraiu. sweet heart. Y -'ur mother wl lever cciuu lor VOU airmt; -never sec von till till you see her iu hea-en She 'B Koue to heaven, ujy roor child.' "Never come he nn nor L-ither? ' The coral lips besn to ,uiver piteously-tihe la'e eyes ,o fil. Darville turned asid -. St. Clare ft."A her s nd rose sihiti!:. lor lie larod not speak, ,that they must re moun'; i hat there was dinner in every on Jiiu-Bie'a rest, VVe can puh on now to Peor,", he;8aid. as they started - irs a 'ain- ' the child a id do once ned I j If you can," sa.d Darv; for It will be then over to.tveihi a,urs i ar i s uce you s.ept., wuu . T i :.7' that's, oothiog. . I e iovalanhle cloak sheltered the ehilo a much frpm the sun's h. at as from tho co' n'gh dews. ' It' was a long and pa.'lujMe, fa!l of trouble anc aaxie'y, for how dIJ ihcy kuow but what they ruiv1'1 unei a body of savage rebels ? . if Cafl you not imagino the jov i ana ;euej w,titi, which, towardi t,ven- 'hoagh ipgiihe well know soandofa drum,ta,uy SnJ ua'ure less docilf, hss del beat hi? to qsartors rarne upon the ear, and t'io Siiit ke ; JVoid m.iov a fire noated upwards tljraunh the, trees; or the stropg, ytfLl English under Colonel UiytefWr3 epejiiped jus' ontside Bun at Peor. ', y.l ''' The pick-ta werj passed, and the fagirives rode up to the commander'- 'ent, aDd dismouutea as Colonel H tar en tne ou. Why! you! Major Darville ar.d Capta n St. hraj What nea tale o' lienor do you brintr?" said the oid ".ildier, erimly. -You both look duut up. And. what has the boy got?'' Thedpjr tjvaj; frking abour his f e while tke child, wis .cepiug out o ha ruant!, cUpg.njr tfohtly to het protestor alt the, tin;, the more tha t he officer.- cnue crowding round t W--l:oiue t.he luir-tives. 'A child., .sir, a wee is-ie," ?:iil tb, V'tiuns tiffiuer, half lauliing and o!oi ug a- he threw back bin lunnle. "Wha- a heautv !" 'exl limed tever I. Whe ever did cu p ck her up ? ' Didn't know yon .were married,' Slid one s'ylf . 'What is joi:r name, pretty one? ' id Colon-. 1 fjyter, inking th only head. 'lamina's I'ei." Tne diep .uucoosoious cweefness. f'te pitlietic tale it tolj iu to wurd t uk thitii a!i., Th-?re was a Imsl )r a iioment, bn.keit by Cl. Lliylt-r ' We . must see to our fag tiv f .end's refre-hnient. baby aud al J n is," to his ordftil -r-'uptr, ari g't ready the room next tr initio, am? s .Mid your wif; to see tu thi line g il C mlc iu at d 1 i uie haye iur dif-p:ttL-he- and telj ujs lho news an i your story." ihis, a t lie 'iiorior io rank. Dar . i l did, tiie child li-teuing with d;la d evt-s to the part which, tojl of het pirents' murder, and her own rescue: nut when Mm. Jervis came in she ( io 'h i-face in.JCdwaru's br at aod burst into (ear.. "No, n'- oh, don't send MamtuaV ret away! She'll never a d. aud T. t has -I tn i only you to love ! 7lle 11 IIO tfl.Kl.r ' 'u!!, and, KHilh to say, o were tht oi u rs. Colonel, 1 cati't say no to the lit tle tnotlierle-8 lliiusi. Mrs. Jirvi.- wjll kindly take her to w sb, or what ' er't'ore she mods, and brittf.- h?r i ik quickly. My darliujr, yen .sli-all ome b:ick lo me." The child s iffered tlie pood woiiian to take h- r away, but in about-, ten minutvs ihe broui't her back, washed a id ' tidied." She sat on her prote:t or's knew, and gravely a;e her sup rer from i is p!ae, much to Co-on I Haytcr'ti ami'senieur, 'Well, fcft t lare, it certainly is a tranje idea for a ynuoir t'clK T7 like you to saddle himself wi-L'i a Ik by of sin 'te ree it l'jur years, iiouk a-leep.' faun, F:: so s-hallfc be. Colonel, for it's S ft y hours eince I slcita witk. Please excuse us. Darville, smoke a c.;:ar nn my behalt. Jrioa uight come, Cvorie." Man. child, aud do;; vanished lLtt the inner room, and in less than ten -minutes the Major fi llowed suit. I f,ay, llayter, liok here. W hat a picture It was the younf otii er. just as he ivaa, had thwwn lums-eir on ihe low pullet; his hand-ctne. noble face slight ly turned, as if the last 1 ok had ros' ed on the. little child. She lay la.it aslep on his br.a.;t, nestled c'ose w.thio his arm-8 ad 'thelyeavy clak which wrapped them both aud inadc a bed lor Caorie, who wa.s curled . t -a, - - . . up close to ni;, master $ liana.. 'Ilo is a band.-ouie as the babe i beauti u!,"said Colonel llayter.- ' He's a noble feliow,- i hough of course he ha his faults. I wonder if he io k to the lu'ure in taking charge of this fl rlorn bird'e." 'T verily believe he ha. duriog our flight," answered Darvill:. "f wish ho was tnv bon." half rrur- murcd the cdmel, laying his hami leudtrlv on be i-leeper s rich black lock-, and sighing. His own sou Darvil e knew, had beeh a riet to tvs parent, and hid died iu no very rt putahle manner. ' Well, tiood night Dirvi'ls, he naid. "I suppose we shaot 6es ay tl von at breakl:s Not me, colonel, certainly, but I dare waser that fellow there will iuru up with his child. I never - i sisv such a wtae iwaxe cus.oaicr in my life." And he too turned in. - "Mamma's Pet" soon, been sia the pet of the wlti-1'! force at Burnt l'for, and toUap'a'n ot. Clare the very iilit md core of bis existence, the id 1 ol his life. In vain older and wjser heads advised this aud that plan; ti one and al! he sho-ik his own fin-.' :ead aud answered '-No, as I cannot discover who her pareuts are,, she is my chili." 'But you cannot keep her with you in India." i ''I can and mut. I can't affrd to -e id her to EugUod, and sfie'il do up country." ' "Iiat n3 she erows up ? ' "Oil, time enough to' thirk so far forward; v.e may "not. then he alive. At i resent she can stop actua'ly with ae, and Mrs. Jervis wil atteud to her. NUMBER 1 7. vV 1 y, the ladies couHn't snar' "br We fall jback.OM. tu-rkiiot? in-a few days.' ; Tho little Thpodorn, as her protec" tor called hf-r, perectly idolizud him find whnn nfF . - . hi . and as every ane petted td n. i . ed the sweet, bright fairy, Jrom grj ..a.ieu v.unei llajier .dpwti 'to thv unsmmcr uoy?, no cne ev-r nlj 0d iv ner presence a-! an inevitable udd; nun iu luai i uapiaia St. Cure. C-1- i ... .. . j i ii, iCi.i'J " w.iiu nave oeu spoiled; but 'u'.-teaij, tfto pure, geuile bale being wa. perpctBal purifier to J.er young preci;''i?v Bv'en the care!es. thoughtless jesf, oi to' )5ht word, sujh as, young men 'indulge in anionu tLemsclves, was clieckeJ for live reke ol the child h(a:er, tiH"sot;,i the babii was a'tgether lutt No rid ou.'e kind ly or unkindly," moved the.yciing of ficer; aud time, and danger. a'ridT nr-1 vation, many a hard cmflict fought, m.tny ad.ua t of diring d me. and ininy reparations endiired. -m y siren -theo--d the tie between the ' man and the oV.il I. T is is no story of tne Clunky; it i e .ough that Edward St. Clare, whose luck carried him to all thefts o; l'ugcr, as Lucktiow. Del ti, &c, won r uution and luiiors aud the riirt i 0 muciiptize money the two firtt W re .imnieduite; the litter of course ' hm vf the future. ; When the te--ible rebellion wns at lsn-th quclltd an i p. a ;e restore!, Edward St Clare 1 und biriiseir a marked and disti . u shrtd t-ffioer Th new Viceroy oi I idiasianied.him out to plaoi ia co-x-uaud of an iiip, r.a..t i.-.tr.iion, und ttere the child Thodo.a fl juri-licdaud rew, clii!;i.iK the closer to him a'ter etch separation, which a five mili.ary luty made neces ary; fir it was loo, nd eveo.years, before occasional di urbances ,wure cru Jisl out. The seoe changes frym India's .'.orgei,u, ciima to the goldiu autumn -1 an Eujilisd, h .m', where the silver vaierepf the Thames fl iwed past tht .'ardon of a pretty villa taken f,r thi jutu iio by a o,uiet jentlemao and l is wile. ler. taps ihit is he landing qy the trench window, wiih n which I. is wire sits readia; if S), we ghculJ know h m a fine, erecjt, militnry ookin inan, rather over forty; gtay, t o, now, as he was not thirteen years ij:o." "I wonder where Theodora has gone W!th her letter," says M.'jor Darvdle. llow she eat ice up with her freat ije , when I told her ho had cic.ivauy nour. " ' "Odd that ColoVel gt.! Claro has never married," remarkablj Mm Dai vil e 'but t hero's ti'uiu yet; he will 1 ays be youmj. L ' woi.dcr he even let t'lat ciuld with you v "It was a terrible purlin, Mary, bat it was necessary. She was tlir-u-eo and a tall, lovely girl ; Ire far loo hands. mie aud youu to keep her with bun. bi3idt.s,'tliouh he, a thoiough 'y well educated man, had iastructod her in all branches ol useful kuowletlrc yet at thirteen tbe needed in aecjiii pl shmcuts aud sueli tliirjr.-. the Sui.-h-iu p' oc-Ss; moreover, her heal'h bc "an to feel the climate. So did inine. and as I was coming home fur good, and we were "lad to have her, he wis -iy ent his' di Mas ;-way." CI wondurwhet her t'e will fiud hor mucli alie cd? At her age, passing irout childhood to girlho d is a great chaugi iud she isrevcuteen now. I uppusesh is devouring his letter and photo, ai:d starting'at every lulling leaf, thinkiug u is his step " Was he uo'. rthif See that shgp.t, beautiiul gnl' with's-ucha wealth ol golden curls, bendii fr over a rbotu- g'aph iu her hand. U is of a dark aod very Tiaudsoiue mar, looking only about thirty, though reid'y u'eaily t u years over that. We know that blight, noble face, as well as she does the oh Id whose first orphan tdeep had een upo his Lr-ast. Ah, lipt.en ! Was that a falling eaf, or light step treading over the gra-s? Wa.s that littli Scotch terrier, -'pringms Iri-n icilly about her, a fancy, or that tell, gracelul, figure a dream ? "Edward! Edward!" and the girl throw herel! into his open arms, with a i assiai ate, almost convulsive burst of weepintr. "Mv child ! my treasure! ou have net forgot tea mo, theu? ', ' Ft 'mot ten ." Thi n he held I er off. Was this llie little fori r:i child he had re cuod more than thirteen 'years ago this -i'l who now smiled aod then lial -fi 1 te beneath his earmot paz", as if ia that second, like a! flash, the v.uiail ii.tr, subtle wouja.V!usti"nct had sud tcnly felt that thei'swas aye, must be a change fcuch' as never could be dtered b.ick again; thr.jfc she could never be to him tlie chi d ef past years, never again be with him hour y hour, as of yon-. The realization bins upon him suddenly and irresist ablyofthe lact that it wa:4 no more t he. child ai d youth, but the girl of seventeen aid the lerdeimui cot M imnii's IV" and E Iward, but The adura aud Co'onel St. tlire. He drew hor cloe to him again, 1 t. 1 3 1 and d Mil over ne as Bue ma uer lace against his breast. "Child, child! tell me, jl yoa can, if my dream i vain. Here on this heart your iufant head was p. llowed this heart which has never beaten save for you alone. We rau-t part unless unless you run say agiin those treas ured up childish' w irda unless you can be Si. Clare's wi't!" The black locks swept her golden rose , as he stooped ta catch the soft whisp- r. "I love you Edward,' better thau life. I only want to be with yon. TwSquares, Three .Squares, Four SciniK-nM 7 0tnn c -:ictH).ii i3 ua 2;-' Fourth Coin 14 17 50 i HalfCoIn-nc,. 2n.2.-ii.,.:. ttole olU'm. Hi Oh. I nr f'-tir ve !: Major Dai vtHe smth.. r ,.t.... Clre broosht her tn i i whumi oe so i-f.- h: t h s f iirv h;-d rept ri-'bt voj- hesrt. a..d wrft'-n flJic ! h . n , t. :. ' . 1 ) , wini n j Vr instead . f 1'et !' " i . lull II! . A Congressman's Helpmeet By J. w. US f OBEST Oymnia, havincr d-n potentiality-in polit c S neceaJu v as a t as s for so'ial eminence, b- c to interest he self dlo m.,.t.i. ' herhusba d' Vonyrtxa:!'.., '.'' and to rub peppery remark- into him, concern n.' his ohl -1 .i vj ii ' le' rag. and, m ner eu as to what cenjroitte . , . .kiaV S Wcn.V tae imr.ortant ones, ad do rt f In'm. trli 1 w . .. i wi -i' j 15, . n it.t A.oioianv ll,nn4 ' . ' - Beoausolam a young mtitber, T S'ppose, arifiwered.' John, a-lii't:"-sulkily; for the fart,.Vitfkj!f wes r... irritating one, le a!on beig taiLo.'i to aSo.ut it. Bat he e you are on' the -C-mrrfc--tee for R voluti nary PensiTiu', it.-. si-ted t-e am'i iou ladv. It is -j -most an insult ! I hem are -t'u-ee or fonr Kcvo'iitioxary pensln:; ers 1 ft. Of otii'se, th're is noth'no to do. " ' W 11, we do nothing, g anted Jolir ungraci mslv. Somebody musr do ii Yo i ought to try to get on t'-"-Committee of Ways and Mercs Mr.-.. Bulli n says, continued O'vm -pia. That is the great conu i't-sh-i says. Why don't voa.' Why don't 1 try to'fce PruKidenfc exclaimed Vane. I r.-u trying, I aru doing what vrork comes in my V ;lv as thoroughly and honeatly as 1 rnu" If I stay here long enough, -I Sur -pose I shall got higher, continue,'' the poor catechised u an, wo rtally ad ;somo ind s iy, ,.Crsevera ce'. aid common s use -mate: ials of (haracter wli-ch might in time Lo vrorxed up int a fair lawgiver. Wi y don t y. u paah ynr bib about that hat privilege? w 6 tht; next question of the state-womi-T That wo dd m ke a sansa ion. They sruotherod it in committer, confessed the husband. What co -Id 1 do af er that '( There! now you s.e! excLimcl Olympia. Y.-u sec t' e ne;d oi' be - on the lealir lnr com iftx. e -stoTined their tee, you - could have smothci'iifr it." "No, 1 couldat, cnt adictjl Jo'n, ll'turally indignant i;t being Hamel' for everything, hoi fo-wht he dil ant what o'Jj did. It I had been on it, I sho i.il have been a mi-ioritv ot one, nnd the bill would have been slashed all the. same. The lact i.s, that Con gressmen jn general are deter mined t hold on to the frani-tg pii-ilege. Didn't I tell you ? cii d Olympia, rmemberi g that she .had once counseled him not to urge imp ipu l:r mea nres didn't I te 1 y tt s before w w re en aged, and evr o ma y ime s nco J 1 1 Id you tu give up mat -ia tumg at. el pin - som thing that couiu pass. O, I wish I was a man ! Rjmemberi'tg that if slid had Lce-n one, he snotua not iuve Lira n 1 ve wi h her, Va- e was t mpted to reply, I .-ec.md the motion. Bat he restrained himself, f r he had a mag nan mo' s etreak ;n hi n, and hu w-s really very fond of his wffe. In the e days Olympia was botn g' ire a d prickly with a eons -iovis. n-s of her husband's inca. aci v; she was as unc mfortable and nn Ji:i comforting as a porcupine might I hose quills should be sharp t b th ends. Sho was always comparing him disparingly wi ll soniub dy w th that well-descended gentleman o the old school, Seua-or Kriiok- t bocker; or that opul n' ge tlaman of a aw school, venator Ironman-, rtith the Finance Committ ' and that elegant I'etipbav ! had taken the bundle I-thuuct.ii : dollar lea; with the noted cr.itiu -. : had the ear of the Unix., so.' : General Bourn and General Splu:;.--She : till liksd John in lonely -atenis; when ihey were by tlicec' I i' ai evening, shi often elj g to 1. with a senso that it was swoet lo ioverfand pro'ecled: but ai! day "' wished -that he was mrc rep-ci : than I e was and greater than he be. At times she had an ido, or t-. hips I should say a feeling, th t baJ palmed hiuroelf off o i hci by i pracoces. Hid he not nt rri d tu thts gui-e of a pdnicil Liauf, was he not dwarl ? an indis- uub); A verlant looking V'ennot.ter v petred at the tiffi -e of a uhuui.it a largo bundie io a yel! w l ajiumt. and opening it, exclaimed: T r. dacor,'l ok at tl.ai. Wtli, btt i !,. dwetor. I ee it- What do you - that, ddctoi? I call it irtm pr What, isn't that gold? - No R-tid m- aoeior, pumng soma over inc in : evaponted. Will; said th " j h ; low with a woe be none look, i i. i wfdder woman up in our tuw-j has i yrhole hill ol that, acd I ve : and married her. " Mr. Smith, said the con , say yon onco ofEciated in th .-i.l do you mean that you pre"!' d ' t-irj I held the candle f6r the n did. Ah, the oourt" undi i i ddtcrfhtly; the court suppt d ocourse came from you houor I ooly threw light on it OneSouar' !W13 'leo- 2t' ... I iy i4--:i7 50! V. I it n 1 1 al4 8m '