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11 1 ? ?. 1 , , , , ) , ; ; : 1 ' , 4 i , I , , 1 1 ?,t s 1 ? , i i I I I ' t?1 ' ' ,1 1 , ? ;' t 11 " 1 ?1 , ? r 1 i ? , ?,I , ; , , , , , -- , - LILY STAR, OCTOBER B , - rEmAx... , - - - Tun melancholy news, that the Presi dent is suffering with a cold in Ws head, seaches us from Veleradm rsopte who ste Seeking 1 paradise on earth may now em;grate to 40regen. Shethas sent her only poet to the rani tentiarý.7 , , 00. TIIE-DAILY STAR AutxAttbrat liTsPrigile it, to re. , eeive 11,900 tor a lecture in Chicago, It would take him nearly three weeks, at that rate, to earn hie weight in gold. , Tug newapapera just now aro again, tolling of au Want bora without hitch bone. Another prospeetive casalidate for Chief of the Chicago Fire Depart ment. . ,, eauroastatie OVITIQUDOO their readi mess to supply us with fruit this fall on I mote extensive soale than ever before. One firm has made arrangements to send 800 tons of pears , itiplasaroi,hi, ju4t to ba la style, has dbioovered saute oorruptiou la Council, and will have a first...oleos investigation', litow those inland places do delight in ratios On metropolitan ", , lit.loulti le still protesting against tbe quality of los furnithed by the gas iompany 'there, and some of tbe papers ore so unreasonable as to wonder Mil)? Louis caa't have gas like that fur. shed in Cincinnati. Pr is now generality regarded as biglit treason tii'menticia tbe possibility ol au exhibition of any kind next year outside of Philadelphia, but notwithstanding this we feel like reminding our Sqrists and there interested, that that grand NOral Exposition is to be held bere next tall, now is the time to lake the drat steps. -41 to-o- . Wrun, the champion checker player, has, it is announced, played 7,914 games or checkers during tile last year, 106Ing but thirty.two or them It must be a consolation to the old man to lind that all towns are not like Clucinuatis and that he can dad Some one oCcasionally who ean beat him in order to give a lit tie variety to the performance. 11. THEY have discovered (mother tram of the pre-historio man in this country. Traces ot a 'macadamized road which evidently existed several hundred years ago. hare been found along the bottoms of the Monongahela, not far from Pitts burg.. The road semis to twee been termed ot broken, bowlders and sand stone some eighteen inches in depth cov ered with dirt. It averages' fifteen feet in width and haii beau traced a distance of ten or twelve miles. As a layer of ashes is invariably beneath them, it is believed they were broken by being boated and suddenly cooled with water. Tile road is now covered to a depth of Nearly six teet,with soil and trees nearly two centuries old growing over It. That constructed many centuries ago is a foregone conclusion, but by whom is nfiW a question for antiquarian researcher to ind out. Whether the Ross Rammer was used in Its construction is net star ted. , Maryland the Independent tieket is said to be fast gainlog strength, and it now seems probable that it will be elected. There are no National or gen eral issues in the contest. Both Conice-1 titans declared for hard money, and the Republicans put no ticket la the tield, but are supporting the Independent or Citizens' ticket. Bon. J. Itorrisoii Har ris, the candidate for Governor on tbe independent ticket, is a Republican, but was a Greeley man, aad has not been in accord with the present Administration. The fight is altogether en local Issues, the IndepenIents charging that the Reg ular ticket is the work ot an old ringo , that has for years controlled the politics .ot the State, and has corrupted every department of the State- Government, , and Used all the inatimthe and power of the party patronage at the primary elec tion to keep its members In (Alice. The Independents have used theae charges with great force, and it Is now believed that they will carry Baltimore city by a majority large enough to give them the State. TER Pittsburg Exposition opened yes terday with, it Is said, good prospects tor a SUCC4398i111 season. The entries of goods for display have been numerous, and with the aid of some-Cincienations, whit have been through the mill already, the affair was put Into creditable shape, end, considering the brief space ot time occupied:In getting ready for for it add ed to tbajact that it Is the, first effort, Pittsburg Is to be congratulated upon the prospective succesa of her enter prise; Considerable -etrile and Internal trouble's have existed with the Board, ' but by the aid obtained from Weeny the work lute gone' on smoothly.- The w timber of exhibitions of this kind which have bpen organized throughout the country bows the excellent effect of our Cincinnati Exposition and the standing It has given among other cities who are glad to follow ont example In matters, of tois kind. But a few years ago. when our Exposition watt drat propoeed a - local dieplay sof this kind was unknown, and vosidered both Impossible and nu ' profitable, Now Chleago, St. Louie, liatt Franciscci, Indianapolis, Evansville, Louisville, Pittsbui g and other places have them, and bait the oounty fairs are dignified by the name of ',Exposition" and efforte made tes fash!on them &ler the Exposition style. Cluoinnatt's Rarest tient have been succepful, and she ratty add this tothe other excellent results of her labors tu the Exreaitlea Bac, - AT THE CAPITA14. tflOteemelinto Treatise ea Pei teal Seienee-.,The Cincinnati 'Crocodile-MON0WPootalCards Iste. Plea tor the Itionee--AChere --the Creative Pedagogue Conies In.. Correepondenee ot the Star. WASHINGTON, Oct., 1875. I am indebted to some one, who has my Thanks threfor, for a copy of Mr. Charles Reemelites cTreatise on Politics aira Solenee, midairas faithfully as is consistent ivitit say nature impatienee of the tabor of dicliewint other peoptoks trains, of ideas-74 hare read....Writiog in ' nether lueguitge ilia that which he is native, Mr., Iteemelln lois not that idi. etnaq,() freedom aod epigrammatic fedi tti! 114 the Use o( which'eoti stitutes the highest modes of rhetorical efilciencyl.:Tkic1 Utterer,' is a whim ' consideration, eiteept in the respect Of perpétuitý. Ai the world le 'at: preient oonstituted, brooks eurvive snore on ao oount of their. dielectie thein their dog matic, ecelienco,.. and many a boos maintains lts place by its inanner, tater men bays ceased to oars for the matter it contains.; L- , , Mr. Reemelia's book lays no claim tO be considered a systematic or eemplete body oi polttical instructiou; and there fore as, such, it is not amenable to criti cism. It is nevertheless a good book; a book creditable alike to the abilities and the disposition. of its author; a book that can with advantage be read from begin, nips to end, and which the friends of the author will be glad to own. sod preserve. IA la a bold boolc, bearing testiratpay that the author began to be Leval to. his readr ere by being faithful to himself. lie has written ita ha..bellevesfrouvillib' Attend. point of his own observation and refleo Wins, and has expressed his bpinión often with lore, and,' almost' always, with clearness and perspicacity. The exceptions are lien. he indulges a pro. 1 peusity to interlace ills sentemees with maxims and phrased draWn tram antler , ot supposed etniaesiee, by which their seutiniantiS evident fortified. while their lorce is sometimes diminished and tueir ineatiing eon Mouth- No eXttOS all !dr. Reemehn isneede Ohl speetee of endowment, or can profit by it No two meu's philosophies' ever run : exactly parellel; and very Lew Wings 1 that one oricinal titinker has written Call safely be treated as axioms bratiother... There are more Weise written trom the standpoint ot ignorauce than titat knowledge; anti , lattutnerable tn-1 etancee,.if the author had eumprettended 1 the subject upon which lie wrote, he mould- not have written. It is no disparagement of Mr. Iteeme Mu to say that, as a political physiolo gist, his skill in the departments ok path elegy ie superior to Ma. skill in that of therapeutics; in other words, that he le i More fortanate in desenbing the symp toms of political disease than in pre Berthing the remedy t for, in this restmet. be does not, differ irom the rest of man kind. Iu general believing in the prin ciple that the province of toe pikysic,an is to clear away abnortual obstructions, so that the natural tacos- wiii be left free to work out tee remedy, be hais still not enthely outgrown hi faith in epeeial nostrUme and artilicial coutriratiete. lie is a little iiiapatient to hare tee hu initarace get along faster Alkali it would going at its own naturalgalt and indulg ing in its consututionai delays and me., aadvainge. Well. Who nett ,, ,Tion COAimott LAW tor BEING. . . Iltimanity is not apt. to remember that AA is a law of ail nature that extinotieu is the next Step alter perieution; that when the iorce of the alterative prinui pie le exhausted, the Mission of the race ended. The faster we travel, there fore, the sooner we shall become lit to 1-serve as curioeitiel in the palsontologio .111Miettlibli of the next TOWS alter ousts,. Let us not be two liberal in, the eapeildi ture , , - THE CaOcIODILE. ; , The rultior of the escape of the corpo rate cr000ddian trent the Chichinatt Zoo bas beta' the oecaelon ot setae excite ment here, takeu in connection with an other rumor to the effect that some-Oilie candidate tor the office of beet etary ol the Interior has forwarded his papas, strongly backed by Demme Smith. 'there .is some appreheueiou telt that, in these successive escapades, there hi a con trived ,plan to give Kr-Delano a sac messor wita a corresponding appetite; and those who do not know kieacou timith are growing suspicioue that he is at the bottom of it. It ie to be hoped that MoAvoy is se well posted on the 'samitice as he appeare to be Oa t4C1 WM NEW trosTAL.CAnne. 1 l'he new postai cards haVe appeared. -They are ,pittlit even to the Lace of the female whose physiognomy graces the right baud upper .corner. Ink rhos on them, which indicates their adaptation to rapid transit purposes; and judging front t118 specimen.' flare seen, they are -prettier than their pretteceeders and not quite abi good. lan- ItitEraktIft 01-r DRONTS. - - By the way, in the re,reading of Air. iteemelin's book, my mind Woe togni. zanee of an aphorism of hisit Is in the opening of chap. 1:1, "On 13uobs and Suoddies in tioyernmeut"---which, is probably true in the seuse in which he autended it; init ace statementof physi ological fact is quite the rever,ou "Å beehive," he says, ,te a success just to the degree la Welt &ones are kept out ef U.. blow the word drone hi term.of disparagement widish uniesfructed peo ple WINO idpiled to a ceriain class et the subjects ol the upluriau Iuntie:hey, whose thnotions are,not altogether, tut important; and, .'" if Reenielin had: kept bees and ' studied the social- conititution ' Of' Weir communities. he would hardly hive ven tured the expession quoted above, forci ble as it Is otherwise. Bolyandry one of the earlier stages In the process of ev olution trout the primordial afoot to the itchno aud the bee, hen' the raoe had.got as tor the polyandric stage, dectined to progress further. in' fact, the queen bee of the' hive is the fruitful female, tike , workers are the ko Sive' females,' and the drown are the slates. Tie bees are very ingenious creature& In. Us Platter veuture and education, they. surpass the faunae race immeasurably. Thei have the faculty (allot only determioing which of the celinappropriated to the Jarvis shalt produce iluSbauds and whieh' labdrors, a physiological kuowledge to which man has uot a.la awl, but of-electing, In the egg, the individual who is to eujoy the resat poiiition and of rearing her to the magnitude and endowing her with the qualities appropriate to ite duties and diguities, What a blessing it, would be to tiutnaulty if it, were hie to pick out. its rulers beforehand, and limo. ilk, slito bees, by feeding theta upon scants spec al pabulum, tit Ilium exaotly to Lilo amen stolid of tae pleoes they, were to (wimpy , OW DU DOXII. , DU; 1,t4Y014414 Ile the boce ere ip the principles of vital science, it le ebvioue that. theý have nut yet learned the art el teproduction without masculine em terpriee; aud, beim Mr- Reeirielitis die paratraments of the oedemas of tile apiarlan realm is ungenerous. It is true that in these days of pregress ID thelemabr line, there is quite a denies& tion to underrate the services which masculinity perform. There is, for ex ample, my antilent friend, the Chief Justice of tbe United States, who began epotieb to 4mM:imolaiWas et Put-inDay- last summer with the retaerk, that t'utaxt to the m3thers of elm Country', he rite tee inshoolmiteleve of the main try ; which would seem to be neariy equivalent to' putting the fathers of the euentry not much el anylvkere. Never theless, Alter the manner of the bees, perilaps, the titne will mime whoa, in spite. et lee .streng Aoki wilioh the rougher sex appears to have upon tbe common life, it, will bare to getup and get whim 00Id Weather approaches and its grimes Imes departed under the in ildOto 01 thO &tuna inorulaliala; but it is to. e, bolted that this is ett part of !dr. ileemellu'e philosopity. , 041111,18,,, . , , , ." rates of tho South. ' : , The greatest Of them oil le that the tWO raótis threnge the States where elavery fermerly existed, will be separated by party' titles, "and will look upon''enti inother with reciproeal dietruet. Sec tional differences are bad enough, as we have ' found la out ; past !blistery, even wiles aisle ineumanaged the parties; but eiffereaties of ;race, intensified; by the jealousies and dietruets ef are seuteld worse. - , ! , the present catte they teed to im crease the lateusity autt bitteruess, be cause the igneeaut Inas' that has juist been rescued from slavery must tall un da! the influence ot fear- of what wili tappetit the mansigemeat of State Bi kers passes over. permanently into the head of their ativerearies. They feel their weekness; they have inferior power of entnbinatlea; they have Mall means ol seibprotection. ' They are auto to a iconsiderable ex tent under the Influenue et emining 'leaders who aeon t9 hove unlimited power of actinir, on their teary.. Drawls witl unavoidaely beeali eat in maby neighborhoods, which wilt grow into feuds and lintel quamels, and will In re port be masuined or exteuuated, as it may bewail, la their impertattee, so teat the country will sot toow- whet to begeom or disbelieve la regard to them. As tor the blame te be initiated to the one er ;tee steer side, thatis a small matter. " Eat theevihrte which we refer lie-outside of the immodiale occasions of strite between the knees, it will reach beyoud existing pantos.. Dow can there be har mony 'between them nudes' any tuture division of partite', witea, la addition to difference of race, dietrust, suspicion, past teeth; and antagonisms, will con 'Meetly fewest diequiet? It be said that ouprinuipied weives, are eorrapting the blames aud poleoning their minds, It may be vtry true, but how ie the 'nui sance to be abated?4 Will net the eagles be gathered togeth er where the carcass is? In brief tee eause ot all tkita has taken phtee Orle to be apprehended liee net in particular or Meal proveettelone, 'for theleaders of to-day, ner in tile imbitteringet a most , mild and inoteusive race.by tne war, but it le ono that le likely te Met as long as measure, now never-to be set aside, shall have run their course and borne their frulte. 4ertie end te not yet." ,Until tine state et wings ithall end, if end it eau, this unhappy part of our Union, injured In its property, with its old land-holders ilneoverished driven from the, berates, wait it institatious sliattered, must lag fur bellied the other pails iu most of tem es,eatittle of, pros pe,ity. That iieetion Is full of untlevel tilted re0ources; eximustiees beds el trent and coal, Its soft yet uabroken, or ca pable of Vastly Mureaged produetimelts tried -cliteate, must Invite capttat and Jabot, if them!! timid forces be as-1 mired of safety tied protection. Per haps the aijiatintfot the 'problem TA, the South may come front thls source from a new immigrate:meet comprondsed in eitt atrifes, and abla tO aet t110 end ad -a mediating and a reconcifing poem'. T. D. Woolsey, la Ilarper's MagaZtué 1,1r (Metter, " ' In Anecdote or Liszt. ne knew his owe power wellnone betteraud woke necoucealinent el his ropintiew; , I have ward that epee one oe casion a lady &eked him whom he thought the greatest liviug plauistthis was many ears agoand lie answered promptly, "Tbalberg." 1.13ut," see said, antonished,- "do yea coneider him su perior to yourselit" -And his answer was most commentiable its engaging frauktiess: "Madame, I bad no idea you made any reference to me. I stand too hip to be c itleered to ordinary plan lb cri b tier for Octo her. Lady Caroline Lamb. Her flighty and eccentric conduct with regard to Lord By roc. end tile many un accouutable vagaries iu which sae in-' dulged, at length brought her hothead's family aud trieuds to Me unanimous resoiutiou ot utiug all possible influettee to induce him to part. from her. tech urgeut persuatioa was brought to boar upon the 'Madly, amiable gentleman, ;tad, promise at length extorted from Itim by Ida irritated relatious to separate himself front hit crazy consort, Ilininess, however, was 'not sup posed at a nature to lie latrusted with the Management of tile partiag, and he went Utr Lo Broctiet Bail, leaving him sitter to break hot determination to Lady Caroline, and afterWards to follow him, with the newatit hew she had received the expression of his fesolution never to see her Maim Thei' latertiew between the wile auci aister-hi-laii tont' place, and the offending lady was emphatical ly apPrised of her buthand'a stern de termination with 'regard to ber;'W,;ter which several members of family len town for Bertfordshire, to lot him bow the 'nether had gone, to Strengthen him in tier tetolution,' and comfOrt 'him in' hit ' Brocitet, they sought tea dincoatolatn itusband in vain in the bongs and grolinds 'till a remote- Summer-haute- 10 'the pal he was clituovered' With Lady Cktro hue, en; AMazoize,' sitting 'his lull tied gee-ding aim dainty' slices el bread aut butter, which Oil was literally' pat-. &lug lute his Month. The' couittenaucts of the relatioaa mast have 'been chriouii to see,' " ' '" "' '-' " ' diniong Lady Carollnea 'ttecomplith meats was that of being a first-rate 10110111all. On parting from bet ter-la-law' she had mounted her horse amt. ridden ' as hard its alio cent& tide' straight to Brocket, to toll her -Iiiishand: herself bow. she bad tair,eit his tientehee against ner. neVer react Glonarton, in Willett' fbelleve'Lady Carollaeltstip posed to ItaVe liatinded tO represent ber Lol'd Byron, and the only emu posttiou of hers with- which I ton' ac quaiuted la the pretty song of .1Vatdrs ot Ll!e,. of which,' thiuk, stie alto wrote tho air., blot ' was Undoubtedly, very oleicer in suite of her aililuets, aud pos, seabed that sort id attraction,- flea al powerful. as unaccountable, which 'but longs sometimea to women to titild dis ,Litiguithed by great persoual beauty that Limy have suggested the rum Wier if title that "ou tont les (entities, lalitea Tit , graudes pattiout,'--Fraueea Atom Eeuibie, Attitude tor 9olober, ' HER LOVER'S TRIAL !bade him look atirtty own face, I Van with the a ny ol mint ' ' I dared hi ur withold otber Firagie Thahulei mistil leave families) yeatlit t With flowettonsbalt. unlatvaled impost,. Alm fir writing garments, stood I bean I took the sun to be my guest Ana show him au be hati to tear. 141Vell? Love and lave and tove 'WM Witrough Mat al,gbtlit, laminating, every what. ; tolintdid not Us night's theonthloo posit, I thiuks woman should be lair." - We eyes were farther from my heSrt , , 'rhea any attire It& you vitgue y : "Sir, I forgive Your dream, plot , In the plum daylightI" glfak. Good-by.' ' Bound trophy bells I roiled mt bubo la lovely rament bid iny petrol ,, And beautysuen as WOlnell wear ; 13y evening lamps-4 wpre againi All, amities spell of pearlit tint lase' .! The slight eoul triontaled toward my feet; The faint eyes saw mv painitat raw: "sweet," signed. do, :wavering, vok,e,, and "sweet." ' " ' "Nay,, airthis bilud you try to toseh , , Must drop tibiniontla in the dust, Must blow, witty Worms, sod soma for Mcoh. Beyond your towers dad wines, "Go, catch the butterflies tbetwillue Alkaart tlie Mall, a lidtle yet - , The darkness of your graVo and !pine , ' leave no tubular, to forget." "r ' 8. ruert, 111 00008er ..momimokand10 :,JESSIVS REPENTANCE.' -- BY MRS. Reek IMCKERSON. "Se you've come again, Charley I" ' , Jeeste .1toberte turned. hersell' roue 41 from the piano, at which she was sit ting, anti greeted her vieltOr Without arising. "Yes,iike the tolinpleton lam," Was ' the half-scornful reply; "but I could not help it. lity heart Mingo Me, rather than my judgment."' - " "No apologies are neeessary," she said with a smile and thy -glance into his handsome brown eyes,4or I was ex pecting yoU. Shalt I sing to 'you I" she tioutinued, "or Ituve yen oeme expressly for another chatt'P "Expressly for another chat." Ho re peated her light words sarcastieally, but added in a softer strata, "I nave come upou business, Jessie,so if you can sue due your higli spirits suffiateeity to list en I Olittit not detain yoa long." "Business," she repeated. "Ah, that souuds retreshing. Whab ean be? Shall I hem wattle? set ot handkerehlete tor you or paiut your picture, or em. Wider another ,sinottieg Gap. or write a sonnet to your mustatittet. Which is it, Charley 1 Yee. know Lila versatility ot my talents, so you neetle't be Wahl to urge your detnauds upon them." Cimrley Anderson listened until idle had fieleliednot patiently or even in tently, but be did out leterrept her by a word or look. He was a handsome mail, with brovorn eyes and hair, and brown, coding Walskers, Which bet olf his glowing complexion admirably. JI349110 , thought eo, - too, as he eat ut her side looking straight into the fire, not moodily nor sullenly, as any other mita would have (Wile under the circemotaneres, but Nor rowiully. - J-esete ' was a beauty, and alai!! something' tot a coquette, and Char ley hearth), imiersed tee former, and tried with ail Ms iniglit to disbelieve the latter. , . - "No," aid be atter aWhile, ansWer to her queries, "that is not the nature ot my beanies with you, Jessie. jt. ifi business of more inaportanoe than that. You know how long I have loved you, Jesele, and--" , "Certainly de, Charley. Vvor since r was a hole girl pluafores, I believe you said. You've told We a thousand times at least, but evee such important Bente es that Will !sometimes slip tee mind." She glanced at him arebly,,but be did es swilein return. He was -trying fit) hard to be patient,- lor Ise had aved her ' so iting aati so , -"Yes, ever since you ware a little girl," fie coatinued grarely,"I liavebeets your lover. Until tour mouths ago was un ouetaiu whether that attaclunent was re ciproeated or not, bat at the time you couteetied that it was, and consented to an engagement et marriage between wt. Since teen that engagement has been canceled at your reqnest a number of tiMe, bet each Hine -has beers renesed it my earnest solieltatioh. Yesteitay again it was disseleed, and to.night, its you see, I am back again. I tate some, hot to kneel to Y041 nor sue as have times past, but to talk caltali with you and accept your answer as positive and Mod. TikiS traliug metiers we unlit tor anythitig., I eau met concentrate my thoughts suilloiently to attend to iny busieess, and, iu adollion, your promises are too uncertain to admit of auy hopes being built upon them. This night our eugagement west be renewed never to i he canceled, or hereafter we must walk i apart.. It remains with you te deteriniee our future." - 1 Jessie did not reply. , The rases In her eheeks paied a Buie, and her white' hands clasped each other more firmly, but ahe did not look into the brown eyes bent so steadily upon her. , ' -Charley drew his watch from hie peek. et and continued: "It is now 8 o'clock. The St. Louis train lettees hero at 8s40, and I have made my arrangetnente to leave upon it. It rests with you whether I go or stay. If I go, I shall never trust myssitto look upon your face again un til you are the wife ot another snap. ,It I stay, our engagemeat meat be renewed, mitt our Marriage consummated witatin a month. You nave , twenty minutes in whch to decide., lie Waited over and cialteed ber hand--- the Mind upon 'which 'MS betrothal ring gleamed and sparkled like a - 4Déelde,Jesille, tinielepreolous to me now, and remember, dartiong',-fiir what replyMy hearth; yearning." 'Iiivilrew her band troni his--4,1te ruling passion WILS not te be quelled 'ao eastly-iand'kookint iota' his datit; sad, eager eyes, said wtth a lightlaught " " Well," Charley. -while alit ',deciding you -can look Geer title' neve' that eir;'Z sent me to.glay.' It'is beauti ful and tict-Itt !- 1 i.;-.,-- "But time lir preoloueif Jeesle, he reip.opetyated, ''itad.zoil ere lie shim k inif 1419j 'c4?; 114.001.0. 4 414i-ke sipo, "Ohl yee am, CharIeVf,she MHO, dew arety ; "eel wotuoie etta thiu4 eitwe Wiese 'at ollg.e and Ile; 04 1.47P !, nottitt gee r.4;e1111,10.1041:0111TP .bie bear) Wikit adt4ifik. -- "You have Yet 'tee inieutes3 he said, again consettinillis watCh. She, seated lierSelf -merely at his awe. 1.7:! .t Mt : - -''öhttreet le lt Pet to think about, Char ley?" she'asited gravely. "Oliyes,'-2 she centinued, renoltect 'new. Yoe said something aliotit göing IYeet, dide't ybu? Or did i'mleunderstaud you t"- -; "Yon UndetstaiidteerectiVo - ; He tried 1.0 be Stertranð dignified, but her waywardness Mut elfoot. ' . . "She bent her eyee' upon the carpet, rested her glowing cheek in her pretty White- baud, aed renislueil aopareutly lost in thoeght. But the spirit ot mis chief' deeded like e-eprite in her Mee eJ'e, . ifiterley again consulted bla Watch, ewsett t wait au euereetio snap, and PY- bta.rt 1N4l4A4 hobble fie! be; 4- . , , nored. He rose to his feet, and running US band nervously tnrough his brown booed, eleciaireed in A Vo lee kraut Imuo Ben he mild hot eentsealt "What nave you to!say to nie, Jest' id? Skein I ge lir City ?" ! l kite reitealso, looked straight into ble eyeeanit replied, w4th,, gaper!) Itomehal ance: "After due deliberation, Charley. I have decided tile momentous question for yett. It I were you, would go West. But remember, if the Indians catch you, you must give them iny ad dress, so that if they scalp you they can send me a lock or your hair." . He turned from her with a reproachful " and left the roont without a -word. .H0 paused -in the buil LQ. draw on his overcoat and glottal', bat she ditines salt Mat beolt, sc. renged her muele, closed the piano, and went Singing softly up to her chambers Before diSettellig. 'she dna, from her bo som a locket containing his picture, and, gazing into tile dark eyes raised so ten derly to meet her own, ehe exclaimed lu å vette whose every acceet was love: ' WWI nbt be' so'hard int you again, Charley, dear. , I'll capitulate the ve,ry uext time you ask me." "Where is father?" asked Jessie as she and her mother sat at the breakfast table the next morning. "There was a terrible accident on the Bt. Louis road last night," was the reply, "and your father and severalOtherphyaloians were telegraphed for. , , , ,tAn accident!" exclaimed Jessie in angultriu the remotisbratree of her unkind ness to charley, Bashing Itke lightning upon her '4'Wheii? 'where? how did it happen'''. - "Tile messenger was Obit:Red that I ward gatiterne partieulars. There was a collision.. however, and msny of Cat pesseagers were killed and Wounded." "Oil, mother," sobbed Jessie, "Charley 'Anderson was-enthat train. I drove Dim away by my folly and Wickedness. On, how I' loved IBM; mOthert aneinow if ire, should be Alead or wounded I ean never. never behappy again." , 's "Perhaps he 'is among the saved," said litre. -Roberts, uoneelingty. ,We Will at least hope so until we bear to tee eontear.r. Your father is-comity' now; perhaps he can tell us semesaing et Charley?" , I011, tarter," .exelaimed 'Jessie,. the tears streaming from ber eyes, as she wet hint at the door ocitaseu tell me anything of Charley ?t "Why, bless my soull" eitclaLmed Lite old tioctor,, "I've nothing to de wito Charley." - "But, father, be wait on the train that was wrecked," she exclaimed. la oxides nation. - "Well, well, my little girt, that alters the case. But, Jessie," and he gathered tier to his beim as if she were a child, "if Charley m as aboard that ili-fitted train he is buried among the debris. I eat going Weis in tew lacers aud will mute inquiriee for him." A tea emirs! What a lifetime ot mis ery could ke compressed lido a, few hours Jessie thought, oilier Mulles Met wan dered into Me cold, darkeued parlor whence but last night be venom she now mourned had gone forth so strong altd . yet so helpless, so brave anti yet BUCLi a coward. "Ota, mother," she exelaitned. as a soft step entered the room and souot her aide, Citaxley would but cum, back to me Mite aud well, I would marry him to-morrowto-day it ke would but ask J210 again." , A pair of strong arms eneiroled hera hewn beard reined agalast her mows "I am here, tny dariing," a well-known voice excismed. "midi shall hold you to' your worda." Jessie rallied in k modieut. , - "But yeuwere not on the train, the exclaimed., "No," he ansWered graveTy, 1"1 Was not. A kind Prosneence was' watcliiwg ever nie and keeplog nie troto harm. I reached the duvet, but a lowneutt tee late. As scones beard of the accident I eame here elpeetbig lind yea ,la sackcloth and settee,' sad let I am net disappotated." lie looked saucily .into her eyes. "Bet, stay, I will dispatch your father for the Unease and the minis ter, and will ;minimal the necessary tt it nesses and Wd will be married immediately.- FM afraid to trust you egain, Jessie and you know you said y9u wreuldikarey to.day if r WoUlð ask mu t - , , , "But you-have not asked me.yet, that I remeniber." "I will, however." He put his hand beneath her Man and raised her face to his. "Jessie, wile ytnt be my wife?" - "Of moored I will," alas abetvered; ''I've intended to lithe time." , , "And I snail claim privilene .ol naming the day, he replied, "or force you to eurrender hon." So heallowett her hut a month in which to gather together 'all of Leese Wonder tul thingswitich constitute a trousseau, but Jeasie deciirres yet that he took ad Ventage at her by trigutening hdr Rite it eapitelition, 1 - LEGAL. T EGALStata of Ohio, Hamilton eoubtf. JU Court of Common T, Sears vs. Murtha E. Soars., No. 41.095.-44 artha Soars is heraby 111 tined that plaintiff twat take the depositkm of 'William Ci,ippe ,r aqd ethere, at the Once rif L. French, Esq.. in Cincinnati, O., ou the 113:1 day Of October. 1141, bettVeisu the hours of a o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.'IL of said day, and adjourn the taking of the botween the same Ileum mail all are taken. . FILENCH Attorney lor Fhtintifh , amilton Common Piens. No. 41.W0,Jaeub IL'. Sews vs. Martha h.. fears. arths E. Sears is hereby swatted that a ix,. ttWon for divorce was died against ber on the Sb'd day a Septemuer, itra, and alleges tor cause of divobea adultery. That waives she answer or demur to said petition on ur before the bth day of November. Mk the same will be taken as trae, awl Judgautat taken accord tag to laio prayer thereof. 11.13:NO1 A ttoragy tor PiatogiL sel-fil 1141.11CRY.BY GivzsTo Wm 8. Hutchinson, a nop-yesiden5 ot hip, that PH. Elan of lipmilton coupty, phtr did, On the day of 8eptember, 1615, die Id peti tion ih the Cenrt td, Coalition Pleits,Wit id and for said county,"aaninst Cage No. fa.922, for the stun of 83,003, with interest 'Irdm April 1,-,th, 1876, and that an order ot attach nient wog pa 004 day tan-cd against thp real estate of the said Itutchinsos, in said clunty, in said cage; and Meath, h tvtluired to appear and answer saftpetition. on for beton! the third baturday af,er October' 15th next., or ludgipont di be rendered tura hist hint 14, default. " ' , Sank:nab& lath, WU. sela-inte L. Pinkt)TILD. 7tTOTFC D. Jond,ef tfisilitigton City. IA District of Columbia. is &tilled that Caw nil L. Jones did. on the Nth day of. reptembet Af file hegbetititin in'the 'Wilde-of 'the Clerk of theCourt-of Crimmou Hess. Sio. within hod fog the canny of Hamilton. and State bf OhW charging the slue 1..-D.-Johes with. &moues from her log more then the, years is8e nest, without cause or Instil catidn. god 'with gross 'neglect Of dotN nod asking that she stay birdiseeced IMO thil said P.-jolies. odium potitlon xi-0.11(11Yr in alit weeks from data. ' Dated tideinnall. Sept. illth. A. D, - " - CARRIE' Li JDNES. By JNO. R. HuNTER, her Sthicher '- selb-litir.' ;111411G11 l'AitTLEtt wanting in topugtion, about Qeorgia or t 19riaa. critic lor RAND NgwEl tithed at Styruntiatt. GA.; Dailr, vreew, VI pet' ant unt."Atiferttsern dewing itumomers tHete States, should Ilse lin enittintM it lite bolt paper in tim bottintinti Specimen 'cline' len; get receipt oi.11. main, Asitigrom Say.itnititik tim , ELASTIC TRUSS. lc, Eirt,,,,..A- of,i. 1 0...., ,7701,:litrawkoi.ewrItroloot toncittuymotrrz ') nrshtind dni Ad 1 i ever .inotte"liPnt ' ' . . -,. TRI1811. , , the nody,ret fling Ruh- ' , ,z . , s, ,1. ',: tare under die hardest , .: ,-,' .,;, A.4.-$, pp- . exercise or eve r e s 1 lob ittrittn until permanent , , Iv cured. Mold cheap by , lie ELASTIC HUM 00. , , No. 023 Broadway, New York City, sal Iliad rOV malt. Call or sand tor Welds', and be vIrwl. BRANCH OFFICE t No. 44 Wed trourtit Street, Cluelsnott, , , , , -- - 1 t i PIANOS. . AAA,. - U. S..-PIANO CO. 1, eats less tban 41100 to make any S000 Mind nil through agents. all of whoin make 100 per conI. rein. We have no agents, but alio diroct to familial at factory price. We make oily one, style, 'Mal bar bat prloeditild, net gash with po illsemmt to dealers Or commissional teachers. Oar inta her ds thennighly 'seasoned our cases 4tre 'double Veneered with doaewoodhave treat trolled cogianie, sespolitinoi bobtail nad carved Digs. We use the fait iron plate with' oveistrung barato.-Freuch Atgiimit witu top tiam tiers, and our keys wept the host ivory, with ivory fronts. -Our piano has tit tietavai is 0 feet 9 incholi long. 11 feet 4 tithes wide. and weighs, bolted, ii40 poduilt. Every Piand hi fully warranted for live years. Mend fog il lustrate(' atroular. la Which we refer tdOven 1400 flanked. llerchatits. Vann et whoin pamai kdoW); using our Pianos in 4 Mateo And Territarula. henna state where you saw this notice.- - U, O. PIANO CO, CO BROADWAY, N litti4-3m,Welt.kfltw.191 -- --1'.it.IVCIt GOODS. ' ... . . . rIERCE GIVES GOOD GOODS Al tow prices at the 00e store, SO Uuntain Square; Jewelry; Vanes; Dolts, Itrarkets, thretneef . nate" Ladies, Underwear; 01 60 Books at KW" and ether articles in grew& vat. tietio be 4, ms e - --- V.m.ovuomono.,.. ,, : SAMARITAN NERVINE Is itititi, ours auto Ibr Eptteptte Flan, tir . Spasms and Ooneu Mona. It bail ' ';'ia. bran tertrd bY thousand" and Inta never bean known4o tali in 4 single i ..-- ease. Trial pacmage iree. inclose k , ritatap La circulars, tar Lug eat, 7,.' &Ace of cures. , .2 . AdAre8. . . r-x-.. D11.11. A. ItielliffrIM, , 61- Bo 741, nt. J Rept', Mo; ' sern,lydðreenelyw - SkILROAD TINE4LBLIS. ATLANTIC AND ORNAT INZSIPIRIL 1 Depot, Fifth and Doadiv. Time, 7 minutes Mara Depsrt. Arrive. Arrive, DesCort. New York Ex daily., 11:40A.AL 5 DUAL, RIVAL. New York LA 5:5(ip,AL 5:00p.IL 5:00A.N LOCIAVILIM AND CINCINNATI AtiONT-I,Htlk, DeNcl Prout and Kilgour. Time, 4 minutes slow. Louisville Bx daily 4:30a.M. 8:10e.m. ara.m. Louisville (ex een) 12:45e.m. : lee.111. Louisville (daily). 7 :ite.m. 6 :35A-bc. :Ser.M., NA Rig ITA AND CIN'CIN NATI. Depot. Pearl and glum. Time, 7 minutes Nat. Park'b's (ex Bun) ikata.m 2 :20e.m. 5 :00e.st. Park'b's Ex daily 8 :Soe.m. 6 eSta.M. 1:30a.M. Park' b's Ex dell-11 :tar. 0 ebilltrrnbe AO o aop N. :20A.Sit, e:00P.K Hillsboro AO e:30P.K. ert0A.16 6:40.11t. LOvaisimi 2 :45ass. LItIrd.At lAmeland AS brise.m. 7 aka Jr. 8 ta'ir.m. Lereissid Ao 6 :40e.m. ate.m. 7 'Weal. BA.LTIMORM AND OMParVIA. PkanutitSBUI,Ch Depot, Pearl and Plum. Time. minutes fast.; Hal ti more (ex Smi) :Sit nat. 1110a at. 8 :40A.m. Ba.lituore, daily 8 :Mr. it. 2 Lair.m. titatintore Ex dally 11 :Drat. 7 :Meat. 10 115e.ii. BALTIMORE AND 01110. VIA COLUMBUS. Depot, Ellgone and Front. nib& 1 militates Ma. Baltimore Ex daily 7 :Meat. 5 :15,6.m. 8:19 Beitluiore 7 116r.m. :Nada. Mara& 09110 AND MleileeIPPI. Depot, imd Front. Time. 2 minutes stow; St. Lon's Mall 8:304.7e. 10:30e.mr. 10 :gear. St. Lools Ex 8 leA.M. 7:60P.M. 9 :35P.M. Louie gx dMiy 1:00P.m. :140A.M. 8 :MAAR. lAin isvi tie Statit. 6:44al 1:10P.M. 1421P.Mis Loolaville Ex 8:10A.M. 1 :10A.M. I MOP.M. Louisville itai. 7 ther.m. 8 :10P. it. Osgood Ea JC.:15r.m. 1:16.L.m. 8:06 P.111. CINCINNATI( ITAMILTON AND DATTott, - DepotFifth and Homily'. Time-7 in hinteirfast. Dayton Ex. daily. 8:40 A.m. 0-.0aear. 11 taanar. itaton 1146.PAL 9 :20A.m. 7 :b6P.N. Dayton Ex. Maly 9:60P.M. 8:20A.M. .11:00a.ar. Dayton Ex .11 neat. 8 nat. I:10A.M. Toledo 8..x 1 tion.m. 10 r,l0e.x. Toledo EX. daily 9:50rat. 5 :30.t.si. 8 ISAAC. 'Nieto Ae. 2:31eat. a:651..1c 11 illeat. indimmool 16 Mail 7 :30.m. 10:20P.M. 12 E6P.ali.' Itutionattoils Ex 1 :46P. dler.m. 11,18P.M. Domlevevilm Ae bateau 9:50stat. :3.4.21. Peoria (ex gat), . .00T. it. 12 :6 10:Anat. Richmond 2 :80eat. tbrie.K. ;twat., Chicago E 7:304.m. 9:00e.m. 8:40eat. kiliteago Ex . ?Meat. 810.a.m. :40À.M. Richmond Ex 10:Me.m. Hamilton LI:Meat. 10 lanai. Hamilton :t0a...m. a ta 'war. Hamilton 4 r1111 K. 7 ;WAG' 6 :30P. it. Hammon Mat. 7 tett as. 7marart tiamilitom tirrith.m. 111M6A..11.. CIITCNNATT. ittCHTIOND ARV caTreitso: Depot, IPMli md floadly. Time," minuteirtasE , fit leap .... 7 Akar. 9:00P.M. Richmond Ao 2:30e.m. Clitcavo Ex dant 7:011e.m. IttA.m.. Richmond Ex 1000Pat. 10:10.a.B. 7 tgA.M. CINCINNATt. IANti,T0111 IND'71SDIANAP01.187 Demt, Firth sad Holativ. time, mktutea hurt. s Ex 7 :30,1.11. rEP.m. 12:55P.M. lanapoila EX I:16P.M, 8:16P.M. 8619P.m. CounerSVILIO Az 0 rEPP.M. 9 :50A.m. Peoria Ex. (ex nai.i ?Meat. 12:05eat. 10:50a..111. GRANO IA1.11;4 AIM INDIANA. Depot, Fifth and Homily. Time, minutes hist.' Morning " ?Ma tr. 8tearat. 9.18P.m. Night EX. (am Sat.)" Meat. rEin.m. 10 siumai. 4 ' ' DAYTON IDIONT-LINN AND CLIV-ItLAND. Depot, Pe AM and Phila. tline,7 minutes last. Dostwo 7 NOAKII. I Wear. 4 :50e.N. Cleveland ,, 10 Aar. 9 :Meal. 9 :Mead. New York Ex daily- 9 :feral. :15A.N. 1:80A.N. Springfield As 8:45A.M. 8 rbse.lit. Spri ne field Az reee.w. 9 MM.'s. 7 taros. Dayton Ati 5 abeam 7 916,6.11. Sharon Am 9:40e ..M. I :ADP .M. DAYTON 8IonT-LINE AND COLUDBUN. ' Depot. Pearl and Plum. Time. 7 !Minitel' rase.. Cbilialtin Ex 9!:30P.m. Colembirs Ex 10:50A.N. 8:tor tr. 8:55T.N. Iloinininui At 8:46e.m. 9 MOM& 10:14C.D. ' CINCINNATI AND SANOWSNY,, Dep it, Pearl MO Plum. Tittle., mingle rest. Sandusky Ex 8 M.N. 6e0Sp.M. 4 tc.N. Sandusky Ex -daily 9 'Mead. 6 :30A-W Bellelontaine A o :45e.N. 9:45A.M. 1101r.11. INOLAN POWS. CINCINNATI AND I.AEATNTTN. Depot. Pearl and Piaui. City time. Indhumpolis Mall. 7 MIA.m. 19;lbe.N. pirayelle 7:45A.N. SMup.st. Chicago 7 :45A.N. 19:55p.m. 8 180e.N. Si. Louts Moil 7 145A.st. SM9e.er. 19 DOP.91. Martinsville Asi 9 :10a.m. ki Aaron. 8 dôr.m. Indianapolis EN 9 cleeas. '9W9e.ta. 9;35e.N. Lalayetio 11:10e.m. :Meas. $ ;Swat. Peoria .. gaop.x. ;QUAL 8 09A.D. Quincy EX ,, 2:1ijr.st. ll:15r.m. 9 .15A.N. Alums City Ex 1:10p.m. 11159.m. 6 :45e.m. Ind'ap'l is Ex. daily. 7 :Wear. 8:45A.N. 11:10eNt. Latayet44 daily , :i6,01. gliego qui), 8454-It. 1:19A.N. st. bolds cahy 7 iouP.N. 8:.EA.m. - 740P.M. 9 :Meat. :46A.D. tr 71aOr.It. 9 ;Neat. 1:30e.N. ims daily V 109P.114. 6:46r.D. 1:10A.11,. 8:3u9.m. 12:159.k.. ettlitt.91.. Lawreneetur5 SilOt.M. 8 Maar. 7 Valley JutteUou 6:59A.M. 11;55t.N. Plw.rPPef,PYrit Ae- li.A591 1:4P-14 114.44:tm WHITNIVATNE Depot. Pearl and Phink , Pity time. Cmnbridim City 40404.74. 143F.N. 11:504.11. pagiritorp Atto .. 4 940,444 640;,,E ounerdvillo At 7 :00A.61,, 9:30A.M. 10 rat. - (;?...."VIVYtilt Af Vir'fM 11PrIlir li V.. Ellaucif PVT. 144 Depot. 8th and Washington. CiMUILUDA, tilD19 Nieholaevilletx. I ai0A.Nr. 12:45e.X; icholastille At was. II MIA.N. N arJA.1- 14alanauth 44. v Abkti LIVTLII 14E014 RAI-11,INDLA DARN. Depot. 'Front end Miaow, Time. Ymbities Se iyork Ix daily - 8 It. 10151, Nmy ork 110r.N. St5Oraf. N e York Ex dolly laMossi; 4:Ms-in 9 tiSe. Zoneovtile Ao ' tOWIL6. 6t;. MODat. SirringilettAri. 4:191' :166,1116 , 6:00Rlie Morrow kr 6 r20eAL UtPAate i,ovelimd 7MPar. 7 39r.M. 1 Loveland At-- 11:15p.m. CMS-N. 7:46r.ai, Loveland Ac ............. 12146A.Iff The 7:45 A. m. and 4:19 E. rt train, apnoea lor boritura mid qiinrch tr.4.1x tree Loveland Sundays at 9 A. N" atm relurumg VCCISNCDIIIIINCINUADTatil AMN211.M1111.67W;(47774. Depot. Tin" okixstgg text.. :Inximiyalx Ix. 100.4.x. grtúrag. iikccievillei ii1Vgal. ccitli Ca, MI WINNOW AND CLIVILANI, r ' Depot, Print and Milenttr. Time 7 minutetilkat. (vended I MEWS, ltdiew.m. - ollt8A,911,AN it AND oulo. Rokt.tx4ot DroAðway. to litantington. ItiOuxoux Ix 4100.st, , bwg.t.s. 401.11- , prIVe. ; est'on. r200.401,. pmts. B slow. O10.M. :P.II4. :41IPM, fast. :00p.m. :00P.K. tt5P.01,, 05p.m. 841PAB. fast.; 100 p.11. aspas. 88. 0 &IL :40 A.M. Ultra& stow. ASP.V. :35PalL :401Airb :05 rag, nr, qr root. t95A :b5p. SP. :06A .19 :10A41. :30 Palk ;55P.04.- :401r.au :40 P.M. ADA .74. K. 191t. I ribA.11. , 1 'fast 4 , 1:10P.M r rt4tA.m. routB, s fapt. I :55P. sr. 5:45P.m. 1 :551...34 9 fitSt Mt P.M. )191,9,k 0 fast. I B ; :000.M. :400.10. taros. r PAIL 1 :ADP .11 UR. ' 4:55".10. 0:14P.M. 4 tiOP. IG I agir.11. ICNTTS rISP.19. 11:aup.m. 8 LIOP.M. 9 8 :1,5pAll. 9,:ib 2.5-rat. PO4-11 .15,t.19. 6 M8P.19. II :101,14 2:010.m. 1100,14 4)54.m. I :30P.04 ;Mr.. I 48A.M., I :584.M. iv- 1;10a.m.. oes AisL :151, :Pip. 9 ci4p. B:ourag r.v 7:44,4 Boloo.io mor4. tor - Br.4)11 -11,urtio4 te.S4 I:501;44 B:401P114 ABU., fut. I L35114. 014.1,1- , , 41.