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VOL. HI
t*»'
OFFICE COUNTING ROOM
MCMtllWu TmliiilmTritixi.^
E S
Copy I year, paid in advance. $1 50
do. paid within six month*, 2 00
4o. paid at end tba jear. 2 5o
Liberal deductions «ad« to clubs of fiv« or
•n to ene address.
RJTtS OF ADVERTISING.
lniart 1 insertion, $1 00
.. fcaeb additional insert**, per square, SO
1 sqasre 3 month*, 4 00
""l It, 6 montfcs, 7 00
10 00
6 00
6 montfcs,
1 de. 1 year,
4*. I montha,
do, i fmntlMj u on
9 4*. 1 yesr, 1 00
14 Mtuai, ene fear, 20 00
'4
&linu,or
O I 1 .1*1" K f,
•f every Ln.l ex-c..'c3 ui"!. i-eataess vm! des
patch.
Wi:Ll» RPKi lt,
Attorney at Law
1 Solicitor in ChMncofnr.
1 n
im of
Solicitor
Win (..•.•*€• .b .t.-. NVIrv
|KBfi vtat-itoa ejl'-cn
nnv
sM&**eA^v* r'tftt tf
)udiig
JWO. L. rtA'V,
(rony:n!T I»k:t ni, pa.)
Attaraa) and onuaellor at Ltw
i l|(4Mi, 1
»rt«r 1 «•(•«-, Iowa.
WHI «ii b«Hk M.ti mm le bit r«r«, la
tltlaj»«4 ih« ».lj
wKI'-Hj.iki u«it lliaM •It'i h« Coir Hftirmr
Pgll l|lfcl«a Ik* a«rvdr^J| r:r».
H. t. Piatt,
ATTnaxftr *vu Cu^huxor a* m*w.
WILL
Purrhaie and sell Real Estat», locate
L\tid Warrants, attend to t'.ie Payment of
Ta«es, Ii,ve$tin»tion of title*.conyeyanrtng, &c.
l*)utiouUr aitention stiyen to cnll^utiorw. All
twi|iB«M intru^tc 1 to hi« o«re, will ba attended
*0 with Prtmn^tnen and Fi'.lnifty.
fl|*0Hire in th« Court Hoxim with Uta Re
•order. Tip*an, Iowa.
B. 11. ram*. 3. cimioBtR.
THAYER 9L CAKSKADDEN.
Ociner&l Land As,ent^
ilulCil', ri. /iMTC.
4Nic« over Burnetii Bovk-blore,
^••ootid Stm-t. 1-ly
n. LOMi,
Jr»TI«KROItT.
1
OF THE PEACE and Notary Pub-
lie. Tipton, lows. nt
JOSKPH LIVDfiTEY.
©TAKV Pi.i)!ic, Rochester. Iowa,
in tha Po*t »ffice. \2u1-It
AND COl.\ELLOa AT
LAW Vftice at his raaidenca near Tipton
Cedar County, Iowa.
A A O N filT IYR T\
DE.tU K 1 a i»Ki f.s
4. Mi:nr
i.\f.S.
Dya ikuffe, I'sinLe, )i!e, (iih.'*, (ir^^erie*,
Paa#e*. T«'», llai'dwaie aad Notioua.—
Tiptoe, low*. nl I
J.H. Q0WEB, BROTHER) ft CoT
A N K K S
E A E S I N E A N E
a n n
LAND AORNT8.
of Cliulon and aahinptoa Strfli
D8VI 1 huu-a Cuy, lowajR,
CHARLES NABLUCY^
WSOUIAH' A\ri BITit: I'EAXKR [X
BOOTS &. 8HOE3.
Jill kinds of Lcit/ur. Hides,
$hoo Findings, Saddlery, Haxd
wa», Collar® and Hamoj.
Matn Sired, *\hmcalinc, iuua.
Bmum DD-HOIaikiu. kiMiittoBti mfft
•U' A rt«'*4 la hi. l«fg« M4 »r*H atwtMd Mock of ovary
nuac In ikelr Hn*.
EDWARDS ARKOI !.,
Archltectfrfuid Superintendents
OfllGK, No. 10,Ff»inth .Vry, IVi-t Offiv
BulldioKt, Brvly *(. Dav'^ujhwt. ^6 if.
PETCtt P. vniTU,
•oaa-ai*n*K ami) Hi.akk boon ^nrrACTraaa.
fown 4venire, opjtotU* I u*t Uffict, MwictWtt,
up ruir» tiiril alorv. lVii.tuig. i uliug t»aJ l»iuJ
jat of evury deai-ription exetuleii to order la the
bast atjrka, ua aii«rt uotica, aaU on uatosaUe
term#.
jy~ Blank Books ooastaatly oa band. Old
tortkj» rebound
Bo#k binder's stock for «a|a. Mtf.
CLOVER HOUSE,
li. DOWHIXfj. Proprietor.
Cornir of Walnut and Srronu Slrtfli.
HlSCATISR low*.
of ths ripuin Msrluti, W.rtt'gton »rl 0*1»
u««a. a«St*C* 'row tl» tT9»
Good Steilitig
OrnnjteuM ran ic »jl frwa ll.U boata u) tlu heau lad «ai«
Bvge.
OWILTIE HOI I MIS.
C^Wfcer of Ifo/rr Slrrrl and Jmi i»enii.\ onp
oppotiU (Ac RniLroad Dtpot, Muica'iur Iowa.
r.^??
OK
Wnl«rn llaipi Cvaipanr.
*a bl*lloM«». Tin Pro[i'l«t«r bu Jim m1I«I
xL,**** to 1 h- u veni^n^^i of tbe
n"T"n,lT
pr»p,»™a r.ir ItH tlir-^conm».
—ai«y 1OW»m wr»» Mf
i e e y
TIFTO*
IOWA.
.1?!*. "1*"^ j*» Honaa whi.b w»« mo OM«I r»
WTM.. I •Mth. U»»fM«jr, 18U I.W1«B«""I
l«l «f
«MS*ai«a
**nnii tb* lti *r M»r,
«as, «M It 110»u,4 vlth mlr* n«• rarnliui-* Wo
«sa*a| whirfc win s4d in th* eoaraa*«
~~erw*tte»*il!„# paliUi.
3^"
••"TMnaa
Wt
VI. Bireley,
^ili I u |L
L-a.
nK TffTOS iBVERTTSKR.
ftlUtaES ITJtST ftATUKDAY IX TlFTQN
OK DA II CO., TOWA.
rlTOR'S
40
oo
«0 00
It**, of Brevier, mi^ a square
r, Professional, atd other cards. ,f
U*ft, 0* U*», per year, $5, and for each addi
tf#eal line, $1.
H4K' yearly and yearly advertise meats to be
for quarterly in advance.
All artvertist ment* published until ordered
•at, Mid charged accordingly.
""^TIPTON ADVERTISER
JOB
RANCE
HOUSE.
FATTERSOif rLEMIWXft.
TI'TOS, IOWA.
HOUSE
Pa k
S
TUCKEK.
wraer «r BobBH- tad
stre(t|
{o,ra Citf, /o» o.
SXS&lL'iST XiTiSi
fd-Uiii A LuHEUiElMiER, pro^torm.
VttrrlM, Iowa.
1
n .4 1* E 1
-as ivr a
i n s u a n e conr a n
HAkTroac, coxir.
Incorporate! A. D. 1819-CaM Cmpilml
$500,000.
THE
Da4erM«ne.i h-iwn- been appoint
Agont for ti)g 1)1(1 au reli*iil Pompany ta
prepared to issue policie* on favorable terms
nn
JjSfOFFICE
Kaviag purchased a jfood aad sufficient se
Ifftiea of material, the Publisher i» nowpre
^JPfeito do nearly every attcrtptioa of
I A Z N
In a satiafaelery manner and can furaiab at
steort notice,
Deetti Bondi,
WKLLS ."sPJUKR, Af-nt.
JMce in the Court Ho me, Tipton, Iowa.
TORONTO ITOIT
THORN 8T EI TVT,
Mrrrh.mti, Tiiro'iti' Iowa.
The above Orm kst-p coti.-iamly ..n ha, 1 a fall
*upoly ot
I*y Goods, Grortriu, Hardware, Clothing,
Ha.t$ and Cap*, Boot* and Short,
And all khl of
Goods needed by tkeContinualitfr
Men LI.KV
&
PU! wn «,
hrntitit, C(dar HupiJn, lou?%.
Have the pleasure of annnur cinif to the ottl
aeaa or Tipton and vicinity, that ib«j made
.irrangrrn-nte th.it on? of them will t., u. Tip
ton en !h- .trst in»vh rn-wnh. ap.l s-peml
0".e we*k in the practice of tb-ir prt.tww.jn.
A 1 opt-ritttouf "iitrtiKted to tuein «(iail be ex«
cuted in th« tinwt workman :Ke inanaer.
'fflce at the Temperance Ho me. 20 ly
Exchange Office!!
SIGHT
DKAPTSonNew York can be bad
of the 8u!)*rriber in sums to suit purchasars
Certificates oi Deposit, and Drafts on the
Eastern Cities cnslicd.
American Gold firmthed at a small premiiai.
Office ovtr Suetland and Snyrfc'i lore
_.
4
WM. H. TUTU ILL.
Ttpron, Jan'isry t, "d6.
JA1IEM «T. B4ULC1.
AlTXm-.KV Ai 1.AW,
and Jiwtica the Peace,
s- a. nuxFKc,
0L DIBFEE
Office
JOHX ni BCII,
ATTORNKY
Tipton Iowa.
ffice with tht County Judfe ia the
Court Heuaa. £*23J
wiluImleeT
soon: biwdbh,
lult tl I
,asi of the lV^t O.Txe.
Blank
(look*. of aii iitnd- iicpi constant
ly 'in hnnd ('c Jri'ies »«lpp:ied with all
k:ni ~t Htdtik* Rfi 5 rts a^d other books for
County offices, at ort nauce.
C. Nonrenal.
KOKTHin,
1 r. II.EKS ix
ftii iii&
lokt« Watrken, ai4 Jffwlrv,
SILVER W.1RF., SPECTACLES,
Cullery Fancy Goods and Toys.
«KtO^ ftttM *. TWO KmIOIlK VftOT Of
XK |4»K fftftCAtiXK l« »A
H^Parii iiar att»*iuon giveu to all kiols
Kopairio^. I,iy.
nu. \. II. rn.LtisH.
s i E i N E N 1 S
.*•" with D*. H. G. fln.t., near
Springdal* P. O. 2«t''
i. 1. AlOEB. V. M. SAKrORD.
RIDER & SAFFORD,
fi' 'K.1SO&8 TO Tl rri.K i Ul
1 I O V I O W A
Wh dfxiale and retail dealers in
DKV GOODS, GROfKIES, Etf.
iV't ut -, Cloihiag. JJuiJvare.
aud all kitd* agrvultnral impleroents. AUo
(ieoeral Fi»r*arding aud CoratoiK-i .n Merchar H,
the hijjhwi maiket p^ce paid n canh for all
kinds of Farmers' I'rod ice. j? ly
I I I
JUST
received a supplv ot' Dr. Fitch's Meo
Itivts, a! the Broadway Dru^ Store.
A. tin.BERT, Aj't for Cedar co.
•CAT MARKET.
Iiy DAM 1 Ai.lUS
(Opposite tbe Aldricb Hou«e,Tfptou, Iowa.)
HKKF can tie had regularly every m«ming
Sundays except*ii. Teri«sci»h. 3(lf
Wm. Ross, M. D.
Klertir Fl» «l hu. «i.l SmK wa,
ll iU^a, Jhucatme l\\, lama.
Will practice, on the Electic 8ystem, at Wil
on and vicinity. n-ltl y
Hi off i
7«w
y s i i a n s Surgeons,
Permanently l.ocatcd.
TiplO i. Auk i'^. 0 34
jmi ii TIH.VLK,
Y S I I A A N i E O N
Wilt practice ia Tipton and vi iaity
Office, ia aew bui.din* directly south
ttle
Court House, Tip n, 1.1
J. SMITH,
rriisiciA.v ani» suhokox.
-Chester, Cedar County, Iowa.
OfAr* at trie Iowa Honse.
T. MAHOIl N. IIUO.,
ONE
bOW, Proprivtot.
I HK raoraiRToR, has reeentlv U-'ond tbe
••I *'ov* popalar Hntvl, and r"fi*ni«bel it in
aJ.?*"1 •«tM««n«l manaar. w4 t. |r«p*r.i mmi
',h*r *""r* I" **Ky P«MIctiI«I
»v |l WllipilJ SIIK 'V
10 .s, and warranted to give entire satisfaction
Clarges reasonable. Cive us a call.
Tipton, Sept '5*. 36tf
new advertisement,
"IIE uD«ier*igiiei talsi* this moth.*1 to inform
T"
u"'
the cit aer,.
(•(•untry' that he has iHiugiit out the old linn of
Wi j.u«s & (. (way, aud baa uow cu hand, acd
0
:rv
Tipton, and ^iro«..diii|M
that he hftft InmAfht OUl tD» old unii
eouatautiij receiving
O U S E
trofr
Furniture of All Kind*.
Bureaus Tibles. Bedsteads. Chairs, Sash, Matte,
tfc.., 4-c For which be will sell for Ca.'b as low
at any pi ire in the \V\-,-t.
a a u S u o Y o u s e
Tipton, July If, V. I. WAWLIT.
$
octrni* gltsccllann!
Hrli* t'nmiMlgii )Din|.
01
Z *T
w ukem.n^i^a,
FREMONT AND VICT0BT.
•r cii4uu«.«itii1w.
At»—- Bumi la Prairain.
I.
Men of the North, who lemembar
The deeds of your si ran, ever glorious,
Join in our paean victorious,
The patm of Liberty!
Hark! on the galea of November
Millions of voices are ringing,
(ilorioua the aong they're si 114
Fremont aad Victory!
linrrah!
Join tho great choraa they're slag
tag.
Fremont aad Victory!
IL
Come from yoar forest-clad mountain*,
C^me fhnn the fields of your tillage.
Com# forth from city anl village,
J»in the gieat host of the free!
As frnn their cavernous fountain
Boll the deep floods to ttie o'4aa,
Joia the great array in motion
Marching to victory!
Hurrah!
®*b*« from occaa to ocean,,
Fremtnt aud Victor
nL
Par .n the West rolls the thunder,
Tho tumult of battle is raginjr,
Wiiors bleeding Kitn^as is waging
"War.'are with si»\ery!
Btrnggliug with foes who surround her,
Lo! ahe implores you to stav hwt
WiUyou to slavery betray
et
Jievei—she shall be tieef
Hurrato!
®W«»r that you'll never bvtray her
Kanaka shall yet lc frea!
IT.
MsmA! wt bava sworn to svpportbse}
Tbe prayers of the righteous unall speed
A chiel never ennquered »hall lead ufr—
Fremont shall le.id the free!
Then from thuse fields red wah slaughter,
Slavery's hor Us shall te driven,
Freedom 10 Kms vs he given
Fremont abail make tier Cnsa!
Hurrah!
To Kansas aball freedom be gives
Fremont abail make her fne!
V.
Ken of tb Xorth, who rern:mber
T)ie deads of your aires, e/ glorioaa,
Join ia our j.atin victorious-
The paeau of Liberty!
Hark, on the gjles of November,
Million-, of roicc* are ringing,
Ulorioasthe «-ag they're sinking,
Fremont and Victory!
Hurrah!
tela tbe preat choraa they're aiagiag,
Fremont and Vic tory!
E. Vitalia Shereb, of Boston, was the aocceaa
ftil competitor for the piize of S100 for the best
German wong, which is eititled
TIPTON, CEDAR Co. IOWA—SATliRDAY, SEPT.
Some weeks sitce ttio Now York Evening Po*t usually gay and joyous.
th?iTl'. rr,WdV
Md
F"d"'
make .electton,. T^olILitle^ "ort^hM ',
Charleston, 8011th, and Milwaukee, West, and
Ward the prUe for the Kugli^h song to Charles
8. W eyman, of N'ew York. Ifre It is:
FrtAeiUiud t*r
Dfu'schtn RrpitMikanrr." It
will, no doubt, 1e
published in all the Ge:
man papers that go for
Fret- ', in and Fc ni •nt. IK-». p.-s.
l-'l 0:11 the 11 'i.-
THE BAYOU'S SECRET
I.II-'K H.hTOl
LOVE AND REVENOB.
BT EDWARD I. t. JCDSON.
Henrique D'Sherviile was one of the
handsomest, most accomplished and most
popular characters of the La Fourrhe
country. Descended from an an ancient
Frtnch family noble in the ld country,
whicl. had removed 10 the Bayou La
Fourche very soon alter the first houses
were built at New Orleans. He inher
ited all their pride and a sufficient am't
of patrimony to sustain it. Gsy and ar
dent, as the Cieoles ever are, life seem
ed to bun like a sunny dream of pleas
use. The idol of Lis parents—for he
was the only son—not a wishol' his was
left ungraded, not a desire unsatisfied., ^ailllljj
extraordinary beautiful, even among tke
er wi't ti e guardian. hen her parents
aud affectionate to her, but he seemed to
visit some neighbor within a few miles,
]Uh childron
va
ss
wealthy planters of the South. But pre
paratoiy lo his marriage, Henrique was
to take a trip to New Orleans, to pur
chase jewelry for his bride and procura
othar tfyiigs a'8® to see a little of the
outside wotld. Happier would it hare
been for him and her, had he aever left
her side.
When they separated for an intended
I absence of only ten or fifteen days, she
was very sad and tearlul he, more tiuu
of I -I shall soon be back n« ptlitr Barba.
Rmi cr
',d' he kissed
wintered the rest.
Blushi nir nad
they hava received a^ut one hunted and flfiv a ""J. "f i
•°,il,De through her tears
igone. Singing
D,le 8Bn n
contribution*, which a-ere »ent in from marly ail u .rettUTn® hl8 kiss and prayed I flashil),? Mound lu*r head,
part* of the Union from n.mgor on the North to
lC vvlj
c. light Creole air, he
fprank into the beautiful cotton wood
canoe which was to bear him to a point
»"here he would tak4a steamboat far the
city, and it, .""'pefled by four sturdy
negroes, soon bore him from her sight.
iat
1 1 1
1
With a cry oi gladness, such as only
swells up from a young, loving heart, she
rew herself into his arms as he stepped
upou tbe shore, and pressed mauy burn
ing kisses on his bow, and between
thein u'.lered many an endearing word,
gently chiding him for his protracted ab
sence, and asking 111s reasons.
But he had altered strangely. Hi»
manner to her was cold add restrained,
ins answers vague and unsatisfactory.—
True, he geully returned a kiss or tvro,
but his hps were cold and icy. To her
inquiries ii he were ill or not, he replied
that he was well yet in walking from
the boat to the house, he asked not if she
were well, nor did he speak one wcrd of
their approaching union. Poor Barba
rine retired that night to a s'eepless pil
low—wetting it as had never been wet
before, with her teara.
The next day Henrique, ia the pres
ence of his parents, opened the cases
which Le had brought lrom the city, and
gave to Birlarine the jewels and laces
and silks which he had purchased fcr her.
Bjt rich, rare aud beaut ful as they were,
1 hey were almost worthless in her eyes,
lor few atd c»ld were the words which
1 anl often, as they glided along the dowry
ihanks of the Bayou it, had lie listened
•with pleasure to her sweet voice as she
carolled the gay songs ot the Creole
belles.
With a aad eye aad a heavy heart ahe
watched him as he paddled swiftly oiu
her view. It was late before he 'turn
ed, and again he met her as coldly as
before. Day after day it was thus Le
never missed ms accustomed row on the
Bayou, and still as cold as when he first
returned. Meantime, the parents were
making every preparation for the bridai.
Poor Barbarine felt a strange presenti
ment—felt that bridal never was to lie. *...uwn
lhey
One day, as she saw him depart down I cret ol the Bayou.'
the Bayou at the usual hour, a new U.o't
came into her heed. 'There is a secret
connected with his trip* iiotn the Bayou,'
she murmured, 'and 1 will discover it.'
Calling the negro giil who constantly
u
Reader, under the same roof was Bar-| a'tended her. lo follow slip ha^nlv n» "e«roes
barine D'Sherviile, an orphan cousi.i and 1 moored another canoe' and silentfv fol
ia^
0
should at a proper age become the wife
cree
^Te.iion
1 o
Creole DeiJiseles who were all well,a. keeping clot in thcThaSe o[' it
vort d. fh« was the heiress to an im- cotton wooJs which lined the shore, so as I aivlum
inense foriuue, of which Heuri^ue s lath-
not t0
be observed by hnn. For a couple
of Henrique, and tins was not made a ouen taken her—a favorite bowel where preach better than me, my congregation
secret to either of Uie young folks, and
they grew up witu a knowledge ol it. painted blight pictures of the futare.— !aud ii he ran preach worse, I4ee't1
Barbarine was of aa intensely warm and Carefully and silently she followed him
passionate teiiiperametit. Henrique did op the winding creek and saw him reach I mi
not seem to be so. He was e'.er kind
(t
ed
door below My res' Hardware Store. pleasantly, happily, did their two life-. taVorite bower. and goes for Fremont and Freedom.
All work entrusted to our care will be baiquet ssvim side by aide over an un- Soon her canoe was moored ivear th«
»-r.
ed I
mg the time when he would arrive at bis
am pl w
,4 i
a"a
v
Wllh
were
i V1311 suimv "v* n CI v
|ma been educated by pn-
H,.,- »nwith
raoM
I
27,
ed i Low, bird-like they fell upon her
ear —yet rather would she have heard
If a L. J.. Jl' •*!. I
i'e he was was 'hut of a woman
Careiully she crejit up to the lUw
screen. There she" stoid, lueatlilessly
gazing, as a bird fascinated by the bright
serpent, upon a sttsne which bro't
hued
death to every hope in her yvuug heart.
There, on Uie mossy seat where she
had sat —there, the bower which \\as
built for iier, was Henrique, and j'illow-
Ten, twvlve, fifteen day* p*et still he
I came not. He had written one letter 111
his usual cheerful style, immediately on
his arrival in the city, but none came
aaer that. In it he had told Barbai inej 1 tie irg.-, lust.ous eyes, black as jet and
•that there were p-etty lodiesin New Or- I.qu.d as water, of the stranger, wete
leans, but none so beautiful as herself. bent on his-her form, even more voluu-
1 11
Day after day, alter the terrth lay of tu us aud exquisite than that of Harba
his absence had pa«»ed, poor liarbenne rin-, was encircled in his arms The
was seen when tte first rays of the sun complexion of the strauger was richer
kissed the dark bosom of the Bayou, at yet darker than that of Bailuii iue. U u
tl.e point where they had parted and baritie listened to liirir words, pressing
where she would first catch a glimpsa at
his form when he returned. Fifteen
days passed an( came not. Ofteu her
bright eyes v\ere dimmed with tears aud
sighs instead of glad son^s, escaped Iter
tips.
It was the evening of the twentieth
both her hamds to ber heart the while, aa
ii to keep it from bursting.
'Aluht that hated marriage eccur, dear
Henrique? said tiie unknown.
'It muit, s.veet Int2 said he. 'It is
my jwrent's desire and my honor it
pledged. But do not repine, for still 1
day she sat alone 00 the piazza of the am thine. bhe will have my band, but
V£"®e' f. *!om
"nd lite elder you alone are mistress ot rn heart. ou
bherville had retired Iier guitar was know, my angel, that the bondage to
by ner aide but she touched it not. iier which you were born and from which ti.y
ear was listening lor the sound of oars^
and that night aho listened not in vain,
and as the glad sound reached her ear
she bounded with a wild cry of pleasure,
gold so willingly released you. would by
the laws of thi* State forever prevent our
marriage, but it cannot prevent us lrom
'ovun:. I will urran^B a yet lovelier
"a-
1
like a bird freed from bondage, liotn her residence for you than this, and no day
APdt Ann 1 it nu/Mii nv KAP n K. in nt K..« I —L i 1
se»t and followed by her attendant, hur
ried to the water side. It was Henrique.
small canoe which Jhe ever kept for his It was Int* n" 1- JHeurylV ol France sent li's physician
own use, and paddled off down the Ba- to his father's house. Vie did no "[»"«»k I
you aiooe. Belore he visited New Or-! of the occurrence of ti,.t 1 I 1
leans, he seldom entered that boat with-! A few dava »r,t... i
out asking Barbarine to go with him, I to atra.n visit NevrOrleLT U.enaTel! I
Iter mill k.. 1.-.1 -.-j r.!. «'Pn
susi'tuied
1
1
the head of his men.
Barbarine yet lives but within a
moand erected under the bower on the
banks of the little creek resis—'The Se­
1
v
,v nc^ru gin wno constantly i »aiic neuroes to tie
nem
escaPe 10,
t».,nr,
miles he kept down thu main Bayou. I V3TA genlleman asked a country
died, leaving her to the caie of Monsieur then turned up a narrow,# winding and i clergyman for the use of his pulpit fer a
Sherviile, u was aa arranged matter beautiful creek. Her cheek Ifoshed u it],' young d.vine, a re!ati ,u of his, -I really
betweeu the parents that Barbarine
a
new born hoje ^s fcadid so, for up this I don't know,' said the clergyman, 'how to
k was a lovely spot to winch he had I refuse you: but if the young mat, shot.Id
had sung and talked of love, and 'will be dissatisfied with me afterward
s
lack that soleful,^ Jile-yieldingjnteusUy jpear between the moss-hung branches of' influential Democratic papers in the State
Jo. TAIL C) li S which was a part of her nature. Yet, [jje gtiar|ed trees in the directioa of the New Yoik. has discarded Buchanan
he's fit to preach nt all.'
|ie dense grove of live oaks which front-' Jr* Still Th«•, Conie —'The Ononda-
tiie place, fasten his cj::oe »j..l disap. ga Standard, one o! the oldest and most
1
,CO¥'
lt, she
,ier
Tl«... 1 n
i*. ^^^^1^1^
aiienuani in turgh, 1'a., lonnerly aunportii
stepped noiselessly to the shore. 1ms run up the FremonUla*.
majority and sue reach the age of eigh-.ltwasa lovely spot. The ground was
teen. Hitherto Henrique had covered with velvet grass and spangled A Shrewd Boy.—A cabin boy on board
ever left Ins father s plantation. except to
bright flowers. The great trees a ship, the captain oi which iae a reli-
curtained fantastic sheets of gioos man, was called up to be whipped
A ,^r7 Y "T*"T r— T*
i I rS a s w I I va Ovll Iv II' I -J U v III V la ^r# lit Is* 9 I Lr w ft n a* i
Slowly and carefally Barbarine passed
along the path which they hail so often
trod, arm-in-arm togetiier. She ap
proached tne spot where he had with his
o.vn hands erected a little thatched bower
ita ervi«aa ulike te beat ui rain, where
,f ^i» j'-agnoiia lilts for some misdemeanor. Little Jack went truly brave who
Ii neaaft Uli Clotllea With &JAAkvr crvinor ani tv«m imv o ^.A *1-1
,,u
prayers?
1X50.
often she had sat for hours upon ^couch Prantiss on the Election in Main® -the
of rooas made by his own hands. Only ®nd of Buchanan am.
a screen of w:ld roses separated her lrom for years we were accustomed to hear
the well rememliered spot. the Stnte of Maine .spoken ol by the
She heard voices. Could she believe Democratic organs us Mbe *tar that n*fer
her ears His ton^s, low, deep, thrill-• li was a !Sta:e upoti which they
hist, w^*re so familiar that she could not always relied implicitly. It was erar
mistake them. But wUat tones respond-
lo
try
ui 1 auto yei loveiier
shall pass but my lips shall press thine,
my arms entwine thy dear form
'Dear, noble Henrique,how lloneyoa,'
she uiuruiuied, as she pressed her red,
burning lips to his in a long thrilling kiss
of ecstacy.
'.VAr mm/ dit murmured Barbarine,
as her face whitened even more tiian the
inagnoUa which she had plucked to place
iu her raven hair. She retnemlered
where Henrique alwitvs carried his dag
P4"1" in bis belt—ntid noiselessly she np
protched them while their heads were
bowed and thsy were lost in each olher's
caresses.
Suaiihily, yet quickly, her jeweled
haud sought the dagger's hilt. She
grasped it-he felt the touch and started,
but ere he could rise the hot blood lrom
the heart of Inez flew uptintj his lace—
the blade had been sent heme to the
hilt.
Barbarine spoke not, but there she
stood—the bloody dagger in ber hand,
pale as snow and all as cold, gazing upou
the giri who smiled on Henrique and
died without a struggle.
'Fiend fiend what have you done V
groaned Henrique.
'Released your tlare (rem bondage,
aBd avenjred my own wrong!' she said,
'v"a P'S""!. iNslead turrit-,! »o,| wh|ll)Ut
retiring to lakj a siesta, as was kis traced
ailo
usual custom, Henrique sprang irito~'a 1 he7 attendant paddle back^0* i u* "ir
,,ltr
wor
est confidence. Tt.ey did not indulge
tfw shghtest misgiving as to their own
tnump .ant success. 'I hoy spoke of vic
tory as a thing vvitlnn then t«.ry grasp.
I hey calied upon the nation to watch die
ismie. They f«h the surer of triumph
from the fact that a Urge irtiou of the
Old Line Whigs of the State, under the
—, „llv, inun- je®d ot the 11 11. tieorge Kvans, an able 1
ing her head u on liis breast was one of "ul «uost corrupt man and politician, were .i* 1
the loveliest creatures she had ever seeu. 1 fighting beneath chtir e ai»iaid. Thejrs I
lieinr
1 1
siderabl
him
a
.'
ter told that he had sailed for France and
entered the a.my which was ordered for
service in Algeria. Poor Barbarine
made 110 complaint-she k"pt her own
secret but she never smiled again.
Our readers know how gallantly the
Chasseur d'Al'rique b' haved at Sebasu
il
D^I,'.ri.nL71 i """Vl"" lor—tliB .ic ral lrk-, Ihj brdfOUli1""'^, 'ij
uJ1",S if l'i m.n *n,
care of
w«"PPfa i
»*.i..
wait till
TERMS
them, however falsa 10 the own­
trttw
Throughout tha canrass which baa
"vum rue uawr urarg m.v»|hwmi Uif Mlinil WStCQ DM
thttnder, if the deadliest lightnitg were,jusl closeJ »n Main:', the D«irKciuts, or
flaahma arrui..rl »,„r jj,,, voj^j Buciiana-i m*i] of that Stote !md the hoij.
1
only State iu which 'any w^ TV"
number of th« old line Whigs
were co-operating with their party, they
thought u the State, rf all ethers, for
1 which they might ia advance raise the
shout of victory.
let even Maine, it appears, lias gone
agnirist the Buchanan parly, and by an
unparalleled majority. The Democratic
Sevastopol ef the North haa lowered ut
llug ut the first fire ol the enemy. Three
State elec tous have just taken place, cne
in Maine, one in Vermont, and one in
Iowa, and all have gone against the Bu
chauan party with rushing and resound
ing mnjonwes. These defeats of that
party arc but the three first of the series
that is certain to extend through all the
rctt of thu non-slaveholding States.—
There is not one of all the sixteen free IT' ""u
States that the friends of the Sag-N.dit Now"?
candidate can carry for lnm. No not'!,?
one he has not the slignt^t chance fa
either of them. Of coutse that candidate
would have no earthly chance of being
elected, even if the whole South weie te
go foi htm, as we all know it will not.
Under these circumstances, and in
this crisis, let the tree men of the coun
try consider calmly and dispassionately
and earnestly what is their duty. We
say, as we have often said, and as thou
sand, are burning daily convinced, that ZV
Mr. Huchotmn should Lo withdrawn hv .J
Mr. Buchanan should bo withdrawn by
his friends from the contest. He can
get uo Northern Stale and therefore eas*
not be elected.— Louisville Jmrnal.
How it feels to Le Htrtged.—An ac
quaintance of Lord Baton, who meant te
hang himself—only partially—-lost his
taming, and was cut down at the last ax
tieiinty, haviug nearly paid for his curi
osity with ins life. He declared that he
felt no pain, and his only sensation was
the fire below his eye, which changed
first to black and then to sky blue. These jl,,au
colors are even a source ol pleasure. A
Captain Montaguac, who was hong. in 1
fiance during the religious war, ami res
cu
of
having
been taken from a light
charm defied all description. Another
criminal, who escaped by the breaking
of the cord, said that after a second ol
1,,.. ,1 a"i."j i '"Hiring, a fire appeared, and acioss it
bs!,uulul
«vt-nue of trees,
1
and
7
made of a
hea men,ion was
Pardo"-
,tie
«»an answered
that ,l w not
a j.y,, cotuiy that it was not worth the
worth the asking.
^'ic unifunnity of descriptions render
useless to multiply instances. They
fill pages in every book of medial juris
prudence. All agree that the u 'eastneas
is quite momentary that a pleasurable
feeling immediately succeeds that colors
of various hues start up before the sight
3:jd that thebe luive been guzed on for a
ral space, the rest is oblivion. The
U
'lllufa,il'
lthe
d«cr'l*»°ns
u«'eaa to multiply insmuces.
',k'irJ5 ,atr °f u°? I «'ind. from »he reality of the sit.
sustained in the terr.bie as-ault whirl, I
llatinn
u
in
sealed ih^ .k V "11 I uation, is engag-u in fcrr s of the most i
,crr s of the most
•'™Sl"g
swings in the wind.—Condon Review.
Buchanan Boiling Democracy. The
old Democrats fully comprehend their
present positi.-n. One ot tiiem, Dunn
Pia!'-
.Wore than a Yank,.* Truk —ll appears ties of dd Inand. in the Democratic
that some ol the planters in the Scuth ranks, but he found to s satisfaction
have got into a way of sending their lu- i that he had not left tho De nocratic par
aatir negroes to the frontier and tiliowing ty nor hi.s old friends, but that the Buc*
jii(! Lanadns, where
tiunka it was hard to break the
... ,!... .A... .... bolted. Ho likened
th''m to blind horses in a bark mill, the
head of one following tl-- ,u of the other I
—going it blind—little knowing or'firin"'' 'There
whether they are grinding ark or brim
stone, so they gel their oats.—Chi. Tri.
I aha n't be with you
Jane,' said Mr. Melter*
1
a great while,
1 shan't atay
Oil Mr. M.'lter, how can you talk
so?" said Mrs. Melter, with
expression of face.
Because, continued he, I feel at if I
was most gone, aud thai was just pas
sing away 1 k» i j, id b» lere the rising
sun.*
Mr. Melter verified his prophecy the
next day hv running avr iy with
sympathising sis er.
SO in A&VANOE
FO. :i!l.
My Wife's Mew Piano.
tin deed is accomplished. My mir*
has jrot a new piano, 'and nvw farewell
to this tranquil mind, farewell cotileot
atid evening pipers, and the big cigar
that eii.bitivus virtue—O farewell' And
O, ye i.iortal engines, whose rud»- .i ruats
the immortal Jove's dread clamors coan«
terleit-!' But stop —I ean't b.d them
farewell, lot one ot tliein has co.ne. It
caina on a dray. Six men carried it iaie
the parlor, aud ii granted awfuly. It
weigha a t.m, shines like a mirror, and
hns carved cupida clnrbiriO' tip its legs.
And sucii iutjgs—' Aly wil'o has
otnincncwd lo practi* upon it, and Uie
firae time «he toucl.el tli? machino I
thought we were in the midst of a thunder
siouu, and the lightning had struck H)m
crockery ch«t. fha eat, with tail erect,
I i »ok a bee line tor a particular friend on
e, demolishing a six shtlhug
glass. 'Hie l»«by
)0u 4
n
P",le
01
awok#,
1
.M Ii.,.. 'I111* *»s be»t to beat the ia
strument, but he didn de it—it btfU
him.
into
A teacher ta been introduced
the house. Ha saya he is tke Itst of
pel« oo's grand arm y. He wears a
moustache, looks at me fiercely, siue
ol gral ic, and by tu0 name of uat
Hun -a way-and -nover-ootim-bask agnH
by-and-by. 11c ran his fingers through
his hair, then cocked his eye# up to t%e
ceiling Iika a monkey hun'ing fle*, tbhn
i'own fame one of hit fiDgcrs.andjI her4,a
dreatliul sound simular that produced b#a
crockcroach apon the tenor s ring of a
fiddle. Down came another, and 1 waa
reminded of the winJ whistling through
ft k not
110 i
e u hencoop. He touched
bis thumb, and I thought I was in a peaab
at
4 1
C0U'J
une
!',(i
w«*
,n
1
P*1
rt?n# hlSvfiQfer'•lo,,«
8nd 1
l?0U«,),
ol a
r*llllI38Lm
stick upou a p'eket fence. All of a ail
den, he stopped, and 1 thought thalaoini^
tiling had hapu'.-ned. Then catne doWfi
both fi»t9, ana O Lord, suth a noise^I
never heard before. I fhoufhi a hurA*
cape had strtiok the house, and the wafct
wer« waviug in. 1 imagmed 1 was ta
the cellar suiJ that coal was felling 4a
uiy head. 1 thought the machine bad
buiat, when the infernal thing stopped
1",trMl1
'Eiq isite
'What the deuce flie matter V
1
he atmwer was,
^Yhy, dear, that's Soraoaiabufaw*
'Hang Soianambula,' thought 1,
the Count rolled up the sheet.
lm,i
niJ w,f®
e€clai,n
tu*
He calls it music, but lor (be life if
me, can't make it loek like an^ibu||
else, than a rail fencs with a lot ef juvefc.
ile negroes Himbing ovei it. Before tke
insUunieut of tortiire cause tuto the house,
enjoy myself, but now every wo-
1,1
''lu ueigliborhoed must be inv|*
10
'ieBr
,'ie
,KfW
piano, and eveigf
blasted thins? ahri»:ka out like la
locomotive with the Ltoacbitis, 1 hava
mote abeut music than a codfish*
The Drunkard's Will.—I leave to so
ciety a ruined character, wretched exam
ple, and memory that will soon rot.
I leave to tny parents during the rest
of their lives, as much sorrow as human
ity, in a feeble and decrepid stats «aa
su«tatn.
I leave to my broLhera and sisters as
much of mortification and injury as I
could well brtng on thewn
I leave to my wife a broken heart, a
life of misery, aad nu early grav*.
To my children I bequeath the merr
jory ol a disgiaced and dnhoawted lather,
his ruiord rcputatiou aud his
and disgracefu' example.
e
xne*f
lic v
f«T.» tlial 'A"
W-lM
l'
a
lugubrioas Rr*8
kiwi,
C£T* The Rose of Florida, the most
beautiful of fioweis, emits no fragrance.
The birds ef Parndise. the most beautiful
of birds, give
laitsece, the
finest of trees give no fruit.
fears
captain. Jdnuu'erJly fulfils Kis doty, whatever be »'»pudeut portar Albany lo a traveler
'Pray, air, Will you
Yes' was Uie stern rep!y. The Washington IJnion |)«s! hoot-jackr What for? To pull off that
W ell. then,' replied Jack. looJKog ap. heard the new# from Maine, but does not
anu smiling triumphantly, I'll aay inaia
lbelieie
when 1 jfvt asbrre.' tzk.4
n
Womiti.—l am affaid
ro» th.»k .of
'Why I gave her seven .tpple? to pre
pare lor a puditig—and will you believe
it, I counted over the quarters, and enly
found twenty-seven!'
•Are you sure you counted righ'f
'Yes for I counted them dvaf thr^e
times carefuly, Heav«a only know*
where that oth'-r quarter has gout.' Tfce
world is lull of iniquity''
Besty was drsohargad r. t'^ut charts
ter.
Snflafcr.—An er-Hnje tnrthftiliy ro
DO class of rueu so
18
OO class of
conteinptiUe as sneaks. Mrn who ar^j
fair 0 your fate in broad day, but whu
dirk you in the dark. In your res :n e
they are nice as pie, but the moment your
back is turned they stab you with their
here agreat while." slanderous tongues. Such turn are scan-
patterns ot" humanity th«»y ore cow-
au'l
'iars
,U,J
a,t
The Truly Brum—Tlirtt man only is there is no other way, sir, 1 aisare you.'
nothing
so
rrmluin-T a mean .n-ticna, and un- Qui'.e so f. ictble as tke observtHion of ait
I say my the dangers winch impe.lea his way, wiih a'tremendiou* big fowt.'who askei
it, i, 'Black Ket*ubfif«n fl?.-,
deserve the rontempt
of PVPTV hiorh. rri rnflflr4 nttri k^\r»rkraa\
of every high-minded and honorable
man.
Be a man—if you have anytning
against your neighber, make a "clean
breast of it, then shake hands, and live
like men.'
That was not a bad idea of a lasgtf
foot which was coin ejM to the remark
of a shoemaker to a man of 'gpeat un
derstanding," who had called t. be meas
ured for a pair of boots 'Wo use iu
i\ i ai.iuinr. wi** UIU51 Uf.'aUt'lul v. 1.4
ve n songs. The cypress
0
f!
m'*asun,IS
'i,at ^00t
,ir«
wp
much This waa tolerabiv
«*n't get a
^,at •oin« "«ar it we shall be
obliged to build a boot over Tour foet—•
geod
but not
for a boot jack to pull of his boot: 'A
bjjt with? No sir! if you want to g«t
thu'. boot off you'll hare to go baek to Tha
fArks of the road. Jabcivf w, at a fut!'

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