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11! l j PEURYSBURG, O., WEDNESDAY, 'DECEMB .1311 2. 1SG3. NO. 31, VOL. XI. Pli'lljlll' a m i i ii jr i m mtim efc in Mi Perrysburg Journal, EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY OBLINGER & CHAPIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.) Knur mouths..... l-iiirht months Twelve months no M 00 . 1 f)0 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 w 1m "m tun 12m One squire, .5D 1.23 2.75 4.1)0 6.00 if column, 2..V) .tlfl 8.51) 11.23 13.00 i c.ilunv.i, 4.jfl 10.00 10.00 2l'.00 30.00 One column, 0.50 13.00 30.00 45.00 B0.00 The space occupied by ten lines of minion is oue square. All Transient advertisements must bc'pnM for in advance to in-mra publication. Ailvcrtisetn -tits inserted witn the mark "tf," will be charged for until ordered out. When yearly advertisement are inserted four or more chacs will loi allowed. JOB PRINTING. We nre prepared to execute nil kiuls of .lob Work, such ns Posters. S.ilo Hills, Procrrainmos, Invitations. Cr Is, Labels, Pamphlets, all kinds of 111 ink A.c..in the ni"! satisfactory manner. Orders filled at short notice, aiid ou the most OBLINGER & CHAPIN. i- Persons seeing this notice marked, will . '-.-rYe that their term of subscription expires with this number. BU35.:333 CARDS. U. joii:.fo:;. j. i:. s: uuvnv. t t r o u -Y a t l a w, jtitia vntiiiv. ,t. T. thick. i;ii'is:AV & s'liii's:, A T F 0 R N I-. Y S A T L A W . SOy rjrrysbui-F, Ohio. )t. n. PonnR t j. u. tylei!, ----- I'orrysburjr. '.v. it. ntiYANT, l'r.iiiio Dep"t. DO J ii V.. T V I. M I. iSj II H V A . 1' , Attokni'YS at Law, IVrrysbuifr, Ohio. I'avtieuhtK ntt.miion pa id t Convcyanein(f and Notorial UusinesM. AUo, tor sale, laixo iprantities of Land in Wood and adjoining eounti.vs. MO-tf I i: o it t; i: s t it a l N , y Attuunkv t Law, l'errysburg, Ohio. Will att-ni 1 to all business on'riisto.l to hi-- earn in t ho several Courts of Ohio. UiLcc in Hood's 'oildiu, uji s' I'rs, Louisiana Avenue. ly i)1 kit. J. J. D.VilLEV Will attend nr unntlv to all calls, dav and nit:ht. iie.sidonce ou Front street, in John .Mcknight's i;uildinr, Pejrvsbunc. Let. t.'.h, I so I wly. r.VTCHIi.S, CLOCKS, a. u d 1J L J K W Y ! C;' refill ly repaired by W . F . V O M V. HOY, At the rKi:i!vsr.t itii Po.-.t Oki ice. 'CO-ltf in- r I o u r .i k l t; s x i: n s e -Is the season is aj.proachi'itr for the transilani !n.r of trees, ,tr.. we hej! to call the attention of tho.-e inti-'i'eited to our large and well selected stock of IV'es and Shrubbery, 'onsist';iiC in part of Apple, I 'ear. Poach. Plum, Cherry, Apricots. l2uiueo. lt.i.v;:berries, lllackberrcs, Ooosherri -s, ( 'lu i-.tuts, l'ie-ri.int. tlnipes, Ac. We have a full assortment of Fruit. Ornamental and Evergreen Tros, i-. hie!: we i iil s-:1 at war prices. I'OUEiiOY vc DUO'S. OU.'ce at th.' PostolUce, l'errvsliirr, Ohio. Oivc us a call. ' I Hf ATOTICH TO FAIL'lEKS. t in-: i' i: a it i, i x. t.s AVith new and improved iiiachinery, are now in fl:" mit perfect cm lition to do your prindin.? of .Jill kinds, in the best manner, at the thortett no tice. With many years' experience in the business, the bet of machinery, and experienced and com Peot millers, we wii! cot foil to pivc fro. d satis faction to all who may favor us wuh tlu-ir patron . Re. And, while we gratefully acknowledge the generous patronage extended us during the juist many years, we assure you nocllort shall besnared ,to merit a continuance of your favors, J (7" The highest market price at all times paid for Wheat. DICKS A JOHNSON, 4dtf. Jounire City, trb. 14. i' 2 . T7 Film ( i il r 11 y. UIH, KOUIXSOX. Into of Mr. I'.md'.j c.iab 1 T I. li slim nit, 1MI Main street, Putfalo, has opened a U'lom mi Louisiana Avenue, opposite the Laird ilous.,, Perryshurjr. and jiropoes to lake Amhro types and P.iotoei apiis at the following prices : Anibrotypes From 25 cents to $2 oO. Cirtesde Visiles - I foriljors'2 iO per iloen. Vignettes 4 for $1. Piioto-'raph 11 ill Prints--$2 for the first, and 30 f ents for each copy. .S 1? WAR3-RQ0HS. UN" I) Kit SIGNED DEft-IpuES TO SAY t bur ii u i Mini un :i!i fituiiU A, .-v , - it lit li;s i'in-ivc I iiiji V; V, V V H S J T IT K K and fh r lo' J. II. MlKSiCUl'S Huildaifi, . Aii on the u 'Ml -tide of Front street, . - -opp.ifile liie Exchange Hatel, where l;e v.ill kce on hau 1 ALL K I K D 3 OF FaiTNi:UR2. l-Sf' COC.VTUY ElIObEt E, of eeejy ileiciip- Hon, taken in exeliang-j for Furniture. Tau un lersign.-d e in be found at all time? at the vV .ire-rooms, or at John li ider'i Shop ci ratr of J.onisi ina avenue and Kailroad. J-tf" Oi l -rs left at the shop o,- with J. II. Mo fvui;;iu, w ill be promptly a'tcmhd t". I'. L. MAHK l"-erry.sburg, 0., June iw, 18"3, NEW SADDLERY AND f.z HARNESS K8TABLISIIMENT, IS ICll KYSBl'Uii, OHIO. 'InE undersiuncd have, permanently located in L Einck's Old Stand, ou rrou street, iu i'trrys bur, Ohio, a 3ADDLERY, CF.Cs, AXD TIlL'N'i: MAXUi'ACl'OliY, And w ill be prepared, ot all times, to fi,roish the 'iti.en of Wood aud Luca- counties, everything ;.i their line, an I at the lowest Toledo prices, 'hey will constantly keep on hand t t.prior Assortment of CADDLEt, IUHXK.S, COLLAU.?, TRUNKS, WllU'd. &u. Ac. . And w ill spare mo pains iu furnit.hii, work nf the vyry best niAosifacuire to all who way b dispo;ed lo favor tluia w itii their custom. It anueis ara epei.i illy invited to call and rt.ini iue their as.x.rtm ait of nooils, as thev I'eol cofi h-ri ot h i v n; cut: re satisfaction, both iu m.alny and price. iu.miv aiss a. co. l'errysbiu', July ". l.J. 12m )t.i:i asib JiuurtiAoXs, roR tut AT THS fEJ5YBLEQ JOl'UN'AL 0FEICJ, I ! SHERIFF SALES, &C. CUKlllKF ri SALE. O - Junes Taylor, Executor, ) ' v' i .teste S. Nonon, and I Wood Common I'leas. John O. Wovthingtoii. J liv virtue of an order of sal.' lsii".l in the above cause bv the Clefk of the Court ot Common Pleas, of Wood County, Ohio, and to me directed and de livered, I will oiler for sale at public vendue, at the door of the Court-house, In the town of lVrrysburjr, in said count v. on S AT C 111) AY. December 5. 1:':-, r..t'.reen the hours of 10 A. M. and 1 o'eloek P. V .. of said dav.the following described property wit: Lots No. 1, 2. a, 4. 2.1. M. 2S. 20. 27. 2S. i' "0, ", 32. US and 3 1. in block No. 1. in Tavlor, Scittli- gate and YWrthington's subdivision ot Oui-mt An, H"., in the town of I'errysburir, Word County, Ohio: and also the undivided half of Lots numbered from 1 t" 17 inclusive, in block No. 2. in sal I Tay lor, Soiithgate and Wnrtliinctmi's sulelivisii u of slid Ont-lot No. 1:: together with the undivided half of the fractional balance of sail Ont-lot No. 1410, situated between s-ihl Week No. 2 and the M.iutneo liiver, n'l in .said town of Perrysbiirgr, Wood County, Ohio, O. K.C.CYER, Sheriff. ,Tami:s MrimY. I'lainliiT's Attorneys. Pcrrysbiirg, Noiemb 'r 4, 1H6J. 2eS5 S3 s llEr.IFF'ri SALE. I!. be it Houk i Wood Common Fleas. II mrv Dt ladt ct a!. I vs. Itv virtue of an or l -r of sale issued In the above rioso o- I,a clork of ilo' Cimrt of Conunon Pleas. I i i'. if , l , , ,);.,. 1 .! liver . 1. 1 will I'll'. r for sa'c at public vendue, at the d or of the Court-l ouse, in the town of -for-!"-.-; bill;-, in s ti 1 e nee v, ,.n SATEHDAV. H .cuib -r 1"''3. I! ewe n the ho-;:., of 10 A. M. and 1 oloel. P. M , of ssi.l d y, ti e following described property, to v. i : 'I he northwest quarter of the southeast ipiai f . r, and south half of the northeast iuarter of section twentv-oijjit (2s). town 'our f 4 ) north, ranpe nine 1,0 least, an I the w s'. half of the southwest ju:, rt-r of s ctioii te.enty-eij:ht i 2S), town fonrt l) north, r.iue-j nine 'j) ca.M, in Wood Coontv, O.iio. C. E. C.UYEi:, Sh.rhT. J.v.'rs Mrr.nAT, Ehiiniill's At'.ornev. Eerr.-slttv", ...veie.b,.r 4, rS3. ' tZi VUXniVT'S SALr.. Julius Dlinr, is. V.'ooJ Common Pleas Tam.-sl; Hvill -J l.y va-'-ie ot an or.', r nt sTie i-.su1 1 in t!ie n oovc cms,, liv tin' Clerk i f the Court of Couitn n l'loes, ol Wood County, Ohio, and to me di'-ected uu.l de li veil-J, 1 will eli'.-r for sale at public vendue at the daoroi'ihe Court !."ie, intiie town of Perry shuri;-, Wooil uounti . (Mii '.on SAiTKDAY, December 3, 10.1, B 'tvreen the hours of In A. M. nnd 1 o'clock V. M., of s.iiJ div, th" following described propeftv, to-i wi! : '1 he n irlh half of th northeast quarter, and the seiu'.i hah' rf th u ; i:...M.st fpnit.-r of s-etien taentv-ooe i'2lh tounsl.iji six ;t ranee leven (U in Wood Cet-.ntv, Ohio. ' (i. I-:. (il'YElt, ShcntT. Jami-s Mi'Rt! vv, Pi.iinliii 'a Attorney. l'errysburg, N'ovcmb.-r I, I ''). 2"e.? I 2D Ai311 .'i i .Vr ii A'J'O 'S S A I TX pursuance of an or l -r of t'.ie Probate Court of A oott ountv, Ohio, tn ute on the .1st October, IstOU, in the case of Septeuiie.s Mawer, Adinioi-.ti.itor de IcmU non of the' estate i f Abri ham Xifer, dee,-.we l, vs. Hannah Niiet- t-t ill., the nndersipned will orior for sale, nl the door of (lie Coiirt-I.nns" in Perrvshiirp, Wood Countv, Ohio, on W EDN ESI i y, ,, 1 ,i. f, ,.,v t Deecml at 1 o'clock P. M.,of sai I d.iv. the follow in, scribed lands airl teiieniu-i' --. t-i-wit: The ne of iln se atel th-' nw J.,' of the se 1 , of S.-ctiou In, Township Ji, Kauie 0 east, in o ..1 Comtv, oiiio, T -vuis Oa '-third c i -h down, the h dance in two etpial p.iym -.its, with interest, .secured by in-iilj-i;;,-' on ill (.relies,. SEPTUMIfS MAWEU, A Itn'r do bonis non. November 1 7, lMitj. KiS I ;n;ii'i'.!:i jj's ,-iii5 o5' Eii'al t ;?1c. IN pm-roian.-.. of an or 1,-r of t!,.- )V,.!..ite ( S -n -i.. l.'oe. ly. old i, nu.de on the 14-.li ( nrt "f ll IV I f A. D. 1 in th - f .so,l.l tar,, t lo r u ar l, the .- of Dec inb. r. ooYlocI; A. M. :i the pi .-:u;s. s, scrib - I re:-! (i.t ir.lian of Laura E. C.u-y. ae; i un -l.-r-i-ee I will, on tlie L'viii i A. D. l.--i:i, bet ween the hour; o and I o'cl-'ck P. .V . ol s iid ,!-iy offer at pubiic sale tlie felloe, ii-e- tat-, in the countv of Wood an I Stat" of Ohio, to- wit : The southwest una i tor of tint S'ui tli west on af ter of Section twenty-four (21'!, in Town-hip throe i':i north of I! niL'e tw-.dv.; !. U' j. in sai l Wo.-n! Coun ty. Ohio cor.laii.iii forty acres more or le.-,s. Terms of Sale One-third cash ou the day of sale, one-toir.l in one, an I one-lh:r-l in two yea-s I'roui the d.iv of sale, lo he secured bv a moior:-e;e on toe .reniis bear int-.-reit mil.:., payable TiiEu. 0 hi, and the deferred payments to al tho rut .1 of : pec cetuo::i per an -aiiiitiallv. Appraised at $f-0. SOPHIA CM'.Y. Ciuarduin of Laura E. Carv. :..vcp;bcr 2J, l!iJ2. S0el 10 i S:ilc in '.;i tJS ion. I Clark Countv Common l'l. a John II il, Henry Heiletnl. iNo. L4VJ IJl'ItriEAKT b. a-, or l-r of i!. t i i:i iiom the ('"tiri of Oeiuni.ai PIcjs C.-mJy, Oi io, I w il'. s ii at public auct door of the Coin l ie u.- -, in the town ol P, Wo.-l (' r, Ohi-.. ou i.livrt. d, of t la.;. ll, at ho t I vshei g, SATE lil) A V, l A-wbcr 2d, . D At one oYh.i I: P. M., the f.'ioo.i;"- ic: lsoa, i.-t.ite, in i , i 1 cunt; ;;f Wood, to-nit: The n-llaeaM fprinel-ot Seci'- u uine'e-n ( 1 Tow ii.-hii ,x : E, 11 ang ee!.-veil ; 1 1 cootaining I '10 aei-.-i of land, more or less. Term; of Sale - One-third a-h : the ivm In in t.voe-pial annu il p lyui-'iits deferred p.ivni -iiia to bear interest, and sec-red by mortgage on ti.4 1. 1 . nils , s. Appraised at ssuil. JAMES FLEMING. SiietllVof Ci.uk County, Ohio. Sl'f.-i k A. Mi fiii -KV, Ati'vs lor Pl.iii.titf. Si.rirgfl I.I, ., Koi-cmbe;- 20, 2C1. oi .t! 10 IStililMKiJS IX Till-: ,i;MV, ASD O-JR PEOFLH AT HOMu Arc nnv otEred an opportunity by w hich they can obtain IA GGO A?c3 D'J.TiBLE TIM-FIECE LliV I.Q'i-V I'J(;i'iI5:. rnt w.viett.e Aim. WAniUNTKD T'lKiE-.p riMJ-J OXE YliVW, AMI TilK ni'Y.n. H AILOWKfl Tilt: j'Rivit-ri: or liX-iui.YAno.x bEe'OUK 1'AY.ilEN'l' IS EEyL'liiJ-j Idi;u'j)VpJ I5:i!)Ic.iuru'l EluTjy Actions. I I'lll T t'LASS llmithijj Tim Piece of .liver ei t lenal. over a h.eh is etectru nno plate. I lr k. i-'ol-t, j aio.i ihu aiil ivi-oa ht, riukii'fr th iu.tiati?n i) fault- ilea licit lie in not lu detecte I from tL .-.li-, i!iul. rial l.y liirt niusi uxptrleucii't J-a'l,,': a: it. u'.ll nut Kttcrt Ii Lnml .a mail... luuvni'i.i t Inipiavid llaplox Iu full ruby It l lloil, lis. ..veep -Be- onii., alio i un: in i.e xeell.! in icuei al i-pea re in. 'I'll In I ilcclrtedljr one of thu In-sl uilillea ever ..it red for truuer and ei liiulors. I llllli'i-n, eiuinriua. aiot pcrmiiv Irani. ill; will tad lliai .tlpt-ri.-r io uuy oll-er; aileratlu of cliuvite will not affect their aturacy. Piiee, pnckcit in g-.oil .tcipw act goeJ ruunin orftcr, culy j .i, or cu-c ur ij for .'ou. i Silver l)jul!i'iiiiio Hontiii? Lovers. ! m.sr (it u rn mi.vi.ii i amis over taloc'i eli-i u a lOie d;iiel Is W. ic-jl I, aituilar lu our I I in prill I'll Uiijiti' .a n d u ii-lor ao j.n'ti-.t move I lii"i,l.J Willi " --t.'l', ' tu l-w u.-U III 11 ni i ll jf lior.e., Ae j has f-'our lllllel'h tor W.iahingt.oi tin, I Ui-een- u ifh lin.e. eee t-l-Olol. anil nil tlm tmnruvioiielitl All hi ill I, 1 ikinil 111 4.Cllllliflll Kiel fl llllll' u ticu riinci' and ii. mi ptrior inavi'ii.i'iil ll.l i culi.i'U-rata.r., ire r-'t; od il as ilucole,l;y the cheaptit urlu-U-of tlii kind 111 the miekl. I'r.t-e, juud running oriUr, er ariii- of '. f o r o. I ?r It it ilk na y in a-lv.n. .-.y, I t uill f.,raar.l either of -.Uem I reiiojiiiilile ). i. : .1. u any part of the Inval t-tllt. with hill puiHOle In elite. smart IvtaJli the K-'" tj are. iJeiivere.l, j(l .-., ;'n- I u.. er lae prii llee of eMia'.nilion, Hn.i. ii nul al.fa l-jry, ill.: iva'.eh can l.e ri-iai anal ut uur eAci-n.u. "'hi' i-.ioe-fi enmpactej rtfa.e UU.V Ins coll',.li''!is on s-.'.l i-:.-. aol uiher jjaiatc. in the ili-f..val Si.t.-i. e n l-l,ota all .itrti or.i. must tti' UCC'tllll ll llil-il ii llll ruil lu insuri ittleMioti M e ie.t..u it itt-laeti-'n ol two .l,,llar i.u e tlirr wati-h hIiiD lui pa Built i forwarded in Aiirrfncv. Utuejr ca b-j ictl t.y aipiei. u u tpna. Tllo. t'AU'Lill V k nt., 03 and ii Ur ia l trc t, oppo.-ite 4 ity Hank, 'hii jVivvi'leiiov, K. I- :. r do- , t j i ; I j I 1 ; i i ! , j ; TOLEDO ADV'S xeav aoo:Ds'. M . SULLIVAN, Is now opening his AX W I X T i: ll & TO t K l ALL CLOTHS, f.VSIVF.KE-s. YESTiNUS, (IE NT.-' rUKNISHISU CiuOUS, 1c, Which he is prepared to make up to order on tho abortest notice and the tn sl reasonable terms. M. fs ii 1 i i - an has on hand a eho.ee stock of CUSIOM-MADU CI OTIUNG. Which lie warrants will jrive aatisfaction to tl.a purchaser. No. 3t Sittntnit stiiTt, Toloclo, f. Oenth'tnen of IVrrytburtr and Wood Countv, who puivhAse in Toledo, will fin 1 it tv. their interest to favor m with th. ir palron-ipo. V1.Z M. bl.'Ll.l YAN. s 1 A M I E L C L A K K E . Stunk M auiii K Wonii i n. Urtinri:, And Dealer in l'lae.iritijf. 1'aviui:, and ioiil.lit.j; Stone: Cut, or in tio' rontit!. '-Mil u ill ill it M. 'I'oleilo, , A larpe stuck always on hand, and unsurpassed facilities for sl ippitiir. bv Like, can..i or r.iilinHil. : ' All ord-:-s tilled' promptly. N. 11. Cullard is Aj;eiit for Wood county. ' 1 1 77 T 1 T. COOK, Dkai.ek in XI. WATcrn CLOCKS AND JEWEI.KY. No. l.M Suminit Street, TOLEDO, Ohio. t'iiiL'ens ef Eerrvidiurt: nnd of Wood t'ounty who have Watches, dm ks. or Jewelry to be re paired, ill have their orders executed in a prompt and satisfactory manner. 122 jotiN rvi:3 cms. U. SWAIN. S A CO., v r. iMror.TF.ni asd Wiut.rj K r. and IU.taii. Dealers in Queennwar?, Chir.s, and Class-ware, Koekiniriiain, Yellow and Stone-ware, Table Cutl -:-y, I-'ritt itniin and Silver Plated Ware, I.nokinjr-places. Lamps, Shades, and Coal Oil. CEIt.rRES'S LEiiCIE, AND EXCYG"ODS FOE ALL SE.S NS. We arc now adilintr to our well-seleeied stock lat-";e iniportationsdircet fr-ui the En-lish Potteries, and !tre prepared to job or retail cur lieods as low as thev can bo purchased elsewhere. BUKNS A CO.. No. 219 Summit street, Toledo, Ohio. Julv 15, is:',;t. n v d1: HAM".!!, CITE-i WARIH-NTED! Wrti'il Wispcusa torj- ! KSTAIit.HH KD l)V Ti-K I tiliF.HiX ELAX! In Ihers' block, Monroe Cticct, Tl'LEiO, ou;o. MAXES I' IS'STlTniOX. THE uinleripned calls the attention nt those in leie.sted to the fact t'-.at he has established a suite of room.-, in Myers' lllock, ? on Monroe street, a r.'L" U uhir Disneiis-itnrv forme Z ' 'Vv ' ' ' itrentmciit nod pel mam nt ' v' Vi-v) cure of nil Ji'oun l'i;iYATH DISEASES, wla'tli-r of recent oriein . v-, s.'or of lunir stall hi--, in VALEOi: 1 KHALE is attended th" practice of l.V ' The success which 1 th underML'iiod in the tr-atiiien' ol ceases com nt en irantee and ii, cverv ioe; under tie- above bead, is siilli tii.u what h un I -it i!ovs he perforn eilse effects a radical i lire. El iiat-i m at--j:j-o, ided v.::- can i.e t roi oreil in the strieles! c, :, I-' e. II .o.oltloli dideiue. li Monroe street, I the sta irw ay, '-. lioil g a ii' !ll al.weted. C oeial i. nice over Nes. I and : lir-t room to the rich! al the 1. o ov. r Con ne.-pi i." Ail h it rs. tniuane ' or a p-.-tate st,i;nti, pr. in i ' i,'ico l-.ou.-j t'r. in 10 to I. 'id IV. 10 7 to 0. Call. ii or ad. E. II.TY.MPAN V. M.D., 1 . Toledo, Ohio. i y ! t i 1 1 A L 0 0 G i T11K VKItV HWJT WII IT H COAL OIL ft 0 CI-.NTS r V, R GALLON, Can now be had nt THE DRUG STORE! OF iS6y IrKCK A HAMILTON. Keep Your Feet Dry! ATM. HOUSTON", as UMial, is in inufacturinp 1 I live amount of SIIO I- aud HOOTS, for the l ull and Winter trade. I'. ri -. ibutg, September P, lt-o3. I1 iV2s!X U'suii' Wnaitcd, 1-)AUTIES Ii.v:i.z liax Straw tos-ll,will find Cash m uket for it at tiie Agi'iculti.ral Ware house D. KEEPS vsbui-g, September 23, IS,:). ii l YEPY l.AEGI- STOCK if WALL and V WIM.H)'.- PAI'l.E, i,-,.-t re.-cived at the Orujj Sto.t, 'h; h ve vill .!! at the very lovit hhine. i HAMILTON". Porr,v1-urp, Apr: I '22, U-3. il THE RUR A L A MEKIC AN. TI. c Ueiit Paiicr for luriifrs imcl I lit t Ciowi ri-liKiil jDullurs 1 ci.'. ' ti in for !' I u(ii I) Rit Dscrl oi l , T WANT lO.ni'i.) r.pil, ag.jnM ( eiieul.ite the Tw- I Kh A JlKKIC.IN. I tl'a. Y. Vnlunw A III coiiiiiieiiees January 1 subscribers in 1i euil lso4 - paper tree to club Tl.is is rleci'l -ill r the host an I cheapest farmer's nu l fruit sroiver's pa-' per iu existence, at only a year, and every sub- t'l iher receives in of ino b - lii:AI'E VINES kiionuto exist, f ant five of all rupenso; nr est noi.i.AK'8 worth of BI'ei.KLb'S CKtAT I'RO I.IHC S'l'IlAWIil'.PKi' l'L.i.l,-tho Urpcft an 1 most productive in the world, many of which art actually as large as iikvn' :r,r,s I j-" llverv perron in. ft..iih- f I. will receive Ilia paper itct: to .lanusry ne.vt, an 1 llo.sjeli I- if, for liis ninm-y Sainele copies sent free to all applicants, with lull detail. Positively I off-r tho best terms to p. si tu.isters, and other club ac-'iit-. i-f any other pub lisher in this camelry . KK.ilf liOl.l.APr in pre miums for every club of , wkntv .subci ilieis '. hale an iiniii. use .s'lnply ol the elioie, st ev.ip,,. ini's, all of hicb are to be ruKK to inr aubsti ib. rs Send for speeiiui-n copies inuicibatole, Hnl ail.lress T. II. ill.NKlt, C'liiiU'U, thiei.la tou,(v, reiv York. iliWi) J U 13 V U II il , OF EVl'MY IiKsCClPI'l'iN, IELUrtD WITH KKATNESS AS'D filrTATCH, I A EE -V-:-.-. 1 ' " : ' -i-.'- LA?JOU3. L, OIL, V I, O I Ti . C J A I, 0 I L , ri:f"!Y:-!lljllCi JOURNAL OFFICE. The Castalian Fount. [From the Continental Monthly.] THE TWO SOUTHERN MOTHERS. Heard you not the din of battle, Cannon' roar and musket's rattle, Clash of sword and shi n k of shell, Victor' shot and vanquished yell Saw you not yon scene of slaughter, Human bl. od poured out like water, Nortlu i n valor. Southern pride, Stern resolve ou either side 'I Cheering on his tbeyiiip men, Kall-ius to the charge again, Comes a bullet, churned with prief, Strikes the brave Conlederatf chief. Down be falls, amid the strife, Horses tramplinit out his life; Scarce cm his retreating force Find and save his wangled corso. Home thev bore him to his mother lie wis all she ha I -none other: Wofnl mother I who can borrow Words to paint her frantic sorrow 1 As she inouined her Kl.iUKhiered bravo, Came and spake her njjed slave Came and spake Willi sol.iun brow : " Miss's, we is cien, now, " I had ten and you b id one ; Now we're even -all are pone: Not one left to bury either -Si.ive and mistress inuiilii together. Fvi rit' oa nf tuiiie yu t'ld Now your oivn lies st.uk an 1 cold: To the just Avcnper bo.v -Miasisl 1 forgive you t.-ni." Thus she spoke, that siMe i...''heri Shud l.-ring. ii:i-,!e..! eiol c;-. inched the olhfr. A ca 1 nlthot!;li it t .irv h tig, l'AYUKSr SUAI.I. UK VAHK t-Oit WltOMI ', DENIES THE SOFT IMPEACHMENT. gillie of out" native poets, ti. kh-.l at a " little in ci lent" that happen-'d in his lamily. attempted, in a s.ntimental tit to father it upon the carelessness of St. Peter j but that old custodiuu denies the sett impeachment. MY CHILD'S ORIGIN. One night, when old St. Peter slept, He left the door of Heaven "jar, When through a little impel crept. And came down with a falling star. One Summer, as the blesa-d beams Of morn appr nicleid, my I'liishinjj hride Awakened from some pleasant dreain.j, Aud found lii.it angel by her side. God prant but this -I ask no more That when he leaves this world of pain, He'll wii'jr his way to that blessed s'aoio And find the door of Heaven again. ST. PETER'S REPLY. l-'ull eighteen hundred years or lnoro 1'vu kept my door securely tiled ; There's no ' li tie angel " strayed, I-or has been luis.sinej all thu while. I did not sleep, as you supposed, Nor leave the door of Heaven aj.ir, Nor has a " little angel " left, And gone down with a falling star. Co ask that 'blushing bride," and bco If she w.m't frankly own and say, That when she found that " anpd" babe, She found it by the good old way. ti'od grant but thia I ak no more That shouU your number slill enlarge, A on won't do as you did betoie. And lav it to old Peter's charge. An Interesting Story. ADVENTURES IN THE WRONG HOUSE. BY DR. D. MONTGOMERY BIRD. a ! I ! I ktu.w imt what p.ti-.:r.nli:i:ii-y rr.t.iiitn--t. on of the hhirs timU pln.-o on tlm lir.st Fri.hi.v ol '.Mini', lb.! , lint" liow my plnnol. i:i put I iculnt', mino to p.-i l inn so uiutiy un ti. s. in or out .jf ilrt proper Sj-licro. li. I'liro tlmt ility, i Iiuil lu'vor lu.ii mi ml vi-nt uic in my life ; tlm ctin otil nf my cs'slciii o lonl llowi-.l mi evenly ut.il unii.'ly gs ll.o ..(ivaoi of :i iiiill-iuiol : uuil mi i-kill ol' aiiltioi-crnlt i-or.hl liuvo spun out my b'.og;nipliy liovuml tlio coliipiiss! (if ; rouble paiiigtupli. I was born, -.ni l I liyoil !,' tv. eiil-livi; yi-,trs tlmt is till. 1 1 1 veil in a viilug.e. too, 'unl my nuine wns (;ih it tn.-.v i.-.) Jam s .1. trmilli. Tbcn wan liotliiiio mi.ro in my littdnry itdnry wtii tby of ;ii;.t. at twenty- j g iio iii Him .1. I'-iLii-j.t I. vo yc.u.iuil, iin.liii in VkoII iiiiciii.-iitiiiu'1-oii ley any In'ur ri'lattvcs, aiol insra'sseil ill il tiioili-ralo ust ,. to, Ktifticii-iil fur nil my lensiin aMi! vvuiihi (and 1 bail no tun oasuiitiLIo i.t i s), 1 l.og,uii tu uruw wcniy ol my rntln-r iiuil ntul lutiitly oxtBtoiico, ami ctist ulu.iit for giinni inciuiH ol rciiof. ( wan lialanoii.fr bi'twccn two nil-tit prujoiilsi, oiii of travel, tlio otlior of iimtriiiiony ; I'tith. itulecil. in a very ppnornl "wtiy, I'm' 1 was not in lovp with anylio.ly, nr any partimtlai- place, when a It tier IVoiii an ol I college liiato tnul cor resiioinloiif, Hurry Ih own, of A'ii'giiiia, ilo toii.:inoil mo in I'.ivi.r of tlio foitiu-r. lie wn jitft IVirmiti;-; a family party for a trip tn N':-I;ara, v. iiltli i'ly ii inviieil ino In join in I'iiilu lulphia, wbcie ho cxpccteil t.) ar rive nt tin early il. iv ; unil lm proiuiKetl to bring; along with him a very idianii rt' tin-tiuuiii-1 cousin of his, who wight, pi-fhaps, ho Kiiid, aNrtist mo in trying; the oilier io-iio-t a Rioiti nt4 I o-ot. tiroil nf truvidiii-. l.r.i- '..-,l..,l .ii.lv Hint I h..rl llio miiril hinil i I rcqiiii'i il .rcat npiritl to woo tui'l win lirr ; n'l id which 1 ri-.gar-leil u.s a tiicii.lly l.lca saiiliv on tlio pint id mv obi fhtiin. I w--i I. a.'cof'fitiirlv. , t.) rhiiaiE.ljJiii, an. I at IlllllV-S KtlEi'Stton, look rings a. a lashionahlo I i n r 1 i 1 1 ir -U n s o, at w uoii he in teiel. ip.i.g; titnl whore J di-big;iie,l to await Int. i. It w is on KrM.i;', in the afi. ui.'.oti, that I a,1 rived ; and iiaiing cni.ibli.shc.l niyself in a coiiii'ii; t able chamber, J sillied out to sec suiiicwhat of Iho city, and inquired at the iiiht-cf!ii:e for letters" fioni my friend. I re- ccivod tw olcti- is: oii iroia 1, u it v, oi u Sollll'W 1 .'ii nn a it my: tt-llsMis quality j Iho other tifranger, und of a character still move inexplicable ; huth of them written fiotri Hiltii.iorc. Harry informed hp: thai ho was on tho way with his party, and i noped to 1,6 111 I iillaiiolpnia Itie I.UIoWin.j 'h y i ami ho added (and this va the inys t.'i ious puit of his letter), that In afore said handsome cousin was about to I e snatched away from too by a purluuir fa tality; yet he did not despair, he said, of my jet winning her, provided he should imniodiafolv find me upon reaching l'hda delphia, ai d find mo with metal snftii ii-nt to un. lei take a u.. o( ti iuid-,b!e but splen did a lvcnturc. . " I'm:!. mud his lundsnmo cousin !" sai l I, "whom I never beard ot betoro, except in ho. lust b iter ; and cuifijml his tplen lei adventiticsT And van that, with the greatest equanimity, I bunishoii trw memory ot both, ti oxaioiiiu ami wonder over lou second letter, from u;y unkuov-li corres pondent. It w.i.s as follows: Mv l'KAS I'ov: Shall be iu Philadelphia on KrMsy evfiilng, with K , to aiu, l.i, ami squabble, nceorilieg to sou.pacl ; placj afon'iiieu licued. Phall eip. ct vmi linrs. blu.hes, an I l.y-sItics- Abvav., pr.siii.iotl rour da4 I wool I, auu I ititl. Vours 1-eiolt.tel, I. li. Thia lelb-r wis formally directed to ' Jano.-a J. Smith. J.'sq., Jinst rfStnnta, 1'hil.i delphia," and v.as luatiilcatly written id all old "J ill's hand ; and a ; fir as I could ibcr tiy sitiso from its nil.l ntul litocn cxiics sinna. nlliiilc.l to a tmin iii)to which w.; it; pioetcssi. ilolib'.Io.ss between V. (win. wns she?) on the one pat t, and Mr. Janioa I. fvi-.ith on the other, lint wh ) wis Mr. Linn s .1. Smith? Not muiflf, certainly, who hu I never ih rained of m n i uttTO, rxot'pl m a ootitiiiKctuy, ntul had never ma lo seii tts lovo or proposals to any human boin;. No. it was appuii'l.t and thia was i-oiilirm-cil l.y Iho alhtshiii to tlm " afoii'ineiitioncd place-," Well know ti, of Colli so, to Ih" ;u rsoii wiilleiiLi. I .it not f mo tlmt thete wtts sotno other J.iiiuh ,1. Smith, hi'siilo Inysell, .11 the wol hi, mill in I'liihulolphia, for w hom tho letter was ilesineil, ami to whom, i! was inanifost fioni the tenns of it, tho ions inip.ht pi ovu exit rmi'ly ii.coiiveniettf . I' tiller these ciicipnsi.iticos, I perceived I had nothing to do but return it U the poat olli v, that it might leach my namesake, .unl I was leltaeiiiic tuy ntt ps lor that par pose, w hen I was iiiterrtipto.l by n. petlo man, hut 1 thou 'lit there was Hiimcthinjt sinister iu hia looks, who uteppeil :p to mo, anil, w iili a low bow ntul griiiMin;r tiinile, told im " ho helieve.l he had the !i-.iauie ol u.l Irrxniti;; Mr. .Limes .1. Sinitli " I'hnt is certainly my tianip," kuM I, ' but " " You haven't the honor of my ncejti iint anee'.'' inlermptoil tho poiilk'iunn. " I'.x nelly so ; lull I have the ploaHUio of pro-diiL-nic; my nolo ol introiliiclion." And with that, iiie lelhiw, eUppitUT one hand on my shoulder, in a vury impudent, fainiliar way, displayed under my nose, not a tu le of tntro.luotiou, hut a note ol hand, for s. iii.' srventeeti or eighteen liun.lreil ili!!.ii ii, ihawu in favor ol niion Someboily, I lot ct w ho. and simied. plainly autl ulion; !y en oo.'li, ,;! x .. S: i "All ihis, my frii-io!." bold I, r or.-, .-win;; his ban I from my Hhotihler, "in, ilouhtleHsi, ioiiil utiil fair eiioiioh. 'I ho ilillieulty is, that il ci.lu eiii.s soiuo other James ,'. Sinilii, and not mo, for I never wrote that note, nor. indued, any oilier. You have made a inisl.iko." " Very facet ii on. tir," said tho perron. ' I hIioii! I it.ii un you, Hir, that this 'iuioii, belie-; in ilillioiiliy, was nii.ler tho neeessify of poi toiL,- w ith that little nolo to me, Hir, lieeuilse it was tt debt of honor, sir.'' Her; the vasetil looked as if he meant to impress me with an nwl'iil pctiso of his cotiraii mid iloti'iiniiiiilioii. " A debt, of honor 1 liuvei linil anv ililiicullv iu collect intr." " 1 lie dome ( iko you, and your debt of honor," said I, waxing impatient. " I tell you. nir " lint my gc-iilh man inti-riupted tn" opcain. " Xo occaKion to nwe;ir, my deur IdIIow. 1 ihm't iiitoiid to trouhio you just now. 1 ki ow w hat brings you to town h.-i e. I know old Ktisty is eoniin;-;, if he hau not come al ready, and I he rich voting lady witli him. Tlie letter, hir, that yoii jiisi n i eiveil, sir." Here the fellow burst into a laugh nt the look of iiniazemettt I put on, nt Hutting him so f,iinil,ar "villi my my.sl.'i ions epistle ; and ad. led, somewhat coiiteiuptuoilly, " 1 iliil not think Mr. James J. .Smith Mich u spooney as to give the public die, reading of bin let tern over bis shoulders in the street! In short, sir, as I said, I don't intend to trouble you just now, imr to bo p;anniioiii'il here al'ler. I shall wait, sir, till tho hnppy hour is over, yn.J then, Mr. humbly claim lo re new Iho nolo, .sir! fill when, your obedient servant to coiimiaiul, sir!" Willi lhat my ("enlh-inaii howeil. and stalked off, htrokiiijg Jiis wliiskeis with an air of unutterable iu;.oiiilieciue, which 1 havu not Keen oipmled by any hltii'klcjr. 'I'll is little incident, beside moving some what of cholur, quite cban;.re. my resolution ol reMoriuo; my letter to the post olliee, and thoieby lo my nnmesake. It seemed now upparont Unit niv hUw h.jn was a rascally iidveiituiir, the icllow, ns well as prey, of him w ho bote his note of hand ; anil il np pei'iod, therefore, impoKsihl.o tlitit such a fellow I'otild pretoial, in any hone.-;t way, to the liiiml of iho ' rich young lady" relci red to tiy tho iiolchohicr, and doubtless the fair V. nf the cjiit-lle, AM or Un, having no neipii.int ui.e iu the oily, 1 vriil to one of the tliealeia to jmss liie evening ; uiul passed it, iu the Plain. Very ph astiully. I was, intleed, one time annoyed by two or three well (in-used , hat noisy fell'ivs, in the next box, who, from their iliKco.irse, i soon set down av gamblers fin. I determiner! rogues. One of them, who had red hair, I observed, Was very genlecl in Lis appearance, but ho was an abandoned, it.'s u-railo in his eoiiVcrMition ; and from Bourn remarks which ha and his com panions let lall, I was rIi ucU with a sudden bilspicioli that ho was no less a peisotiaj-e than my worthy namesake, Mr. Janu s .f. Smith hiniRcl! '! Thus, in tho midst of their laughing nni whispering 1 overheard tlie expressions, " 01.1 lliisty," " the f,iil," " rich and cnnfouiuh'.llv handsome," " hard hearted old hunks," &e. ; and Mr. Heiliieml himself swore, with un oallt, " Jf the blood- suckers would but give him Iwo days, he would hold up his head again with Iho herd of iheni." I tried ill vain to catch tho b l- low's 'inuie ; onil soon nfler ho had uttered the words related,, anoil.er young man came into tho box, nnd told him " thorn wore haw ks on the wing," upon which ho looked alarmed, his companions laughod, and they all imiuudittloly lilt the ihoatc-, i eouid then attend to tho performance without interruption ; and I had boon for ! SOIlie ti til" H lis. II I I in too interest of the scene, when 1 wits Marllcil l.y a voice whispering in u;y cm,', " J say, JJr. James J. Smith, tli's is no place lor u gentleman ;.f your inches. Then) are billiards nbioa.! who'll stop n'l marrying and giving in mar lingo. And if you tiu-un to give up that chance, hang mo, my fin.' fell'ijv, if I shan't l.-o tho liijt to arrest you !" I looked around, and wn .t,.a.ced to per coivo Iho nojc-holder, w ho gave mif a sig trficaiit nod, anil iiuniedialidy a'Uod aw.iy. II. iw provoking," thought I, " to have al! thmo vagalv.nds tako j,;c for I !: t iasral,niy : iiamesaKC. Xtl inern is soiiioiuiug a:ier hi i in his counsel. It would rod bo agreeable ! to lie hl iesteil, ovou hy uustaKe, mnct thci fv cily b wl..-,n j can np- ." lo-.-oonow is no oue iu t., nr al for dial aclcr i:. ,u i, i e, I I ii,'. ,, ,1 ,;t i... . ..r., 11111,111 l, I'll,, .I"! 1 IIIVII .11.11 ,'V ..II, u i Thcsri thou -hts dofeimiim.l ine to Ipjvo the theater, and go home, b'lt I had scarce ly got tho distance of a squato before I had tb'j misfortune bi be tap-ped on the shoulder hy an ofliccr, vho told iu had a writ for tne on (he suit cf SJcst-rs. Snip i, Siiears, and requested mo to favor him with my company to the magistrate's. At tho, sum" time J perceived the tailors' .clerk, vho bad evidently kept mu in view, and pointed mo out lo tho ollict r. It w'as in vain for me to piolest that I was not tlio mm intended. Mr. Clerk said: "The gentleman was very gi.ol :,!. that story." What, ( twked mv- ' self, if ll should not happen to suit the con ' ..,,;..o., ,.r M.iia c tup A Mienrs to atlcnil at the magistrate's ? J l.'lt very WiJI as- snrcd that tio.v would lilicie i.;o soon as ih"i saw- mo ; but li e; might havo delo. gated iho wrji.iv business to the clerk, who would not hesitate s-ear J was James .Smith, boiMUi-o I ha I . i.uiihid J was j nnd thou hail woiil i be demaniiiaj, and, lnr waul of it, I must i.-JiMtediatoly bt. p.ichi-ii ofi" pi isOll. 7 lie thoiigt.i of tlii.- degradation fitted me J with sudden 1.1,-y, and without Liking muo tj !!cct lli the coine.ionces, J LhOeJiCd i i i ; j 1 pietond to bo frightcneil, and inn into ihe I house fw i;!a'l;cr j ami then it U too lute J. to (hp officer down, though he wnn a buily fe' ow tw ico i big as myself, kiekod the little h ik into thu gutter, mi l iinui'diatcly tan i IV, hoping to make niv way to the boatdintr 'louse, there l,i ho concealed until Itrowii -houhl arrive fn the city. This provr.d a more ditVo.a-.lt nndet tukin ilmn I cxpei ted, for there wan iuiiiiediatelv i great hue and cty raised ; an I, the streets heinjr pi t'lty full of J eople (for it wn not vet c'eveti Vctockl, I wai followed nnd 'leaded and assailed on both sides, so that It was oi ly by tasking my activity to the utmoit, and diving into every alley mid by way that olloied, tlmt I ntaon "ed t-i avoid my pursuers. My t.reatest fear was of lositie; my way, for I knew but litile ol the eity ; nnd the nniloimity of its Htreels, and the great family resemblance between nil its houses, are) very pel pleMi-g to n s'rtin irer. A' i t I thought t wni keeping the run ot the streets, tiotwithst indieg my vm ious ll.iniulci ings ; and by-aud-by I was sure that a largo house, now in sight, was my bonrd-ing-houso, beciiiip.o it looked exactly like it. and was iiiinilarlv situated near un fiUev. w hieh - or one the perfect fae niiuilo of it -T had tikon nnticn of lim ine; the day. As I came near tho house. I found msel cut off from the door by some persons who were luniiitig from the opposite direction to intercept me, I theu-biio ldmatod down tho ullev, which wai badly li;,-hted. and soon conducted me into another still darker oue, which. 1 perceived, ran at tho back of the houses, bounding tho ynrds or gardens, which were nearly inclosed with walls and I'eiu es, with : garden guhi to each house. Tho iih asliuek inn that I might perhaps enter Iho b'.arditig houso through iho gar den gato, which I knew must he the second on., for llio hi.'iise itself w.v; thu aecontl he- yond the alley. I tiled tho hitch ; it did not yield ; but I had not withdrawn my hand when tho g.to itcolf was thrown open, and, tin on my t'.tchii.g in, it was imm.'Ji. ntoly o'osetl again, titullnltcl behind mo ; and this, I wns certain, withou? my having been son from without, for nonr of my pursuers h-nl got into the alley. UosideS, the gatf wai ovsrhhg with n lug tree, which iliiikenel thy nlley and the whole yard, so lhat I could see nothing of the person who had let ino in, except that it w as a woman. And thia she niado more manifest by taking me round tho nock mid giving me a henitv buss, exclaiming : "Is it you. Jimmy, mytloar? And how camo you so late ? And what make till this tucket and running '.'" " Oil." w hispered I, in soino confusion, " tlieio has brie n a light, and Ilia police am faking up everybody." " That's just like you. Jimmy, you goose !" said my unknown darling, giving me mm iher hues, " stopping lo sou every light, though you might lose a fortune by it. I!ut coinu along ; ilou'l say a single word. I'll tako you up stairs. I'll put out the lights, llavo you got your Sunday best on ? Yes. I feel that you have. Ihm't nay a word, or somiibody will discover us." Who was my inamorata ? That was more than t could tell. Rut it was evident hIic look ino f.,r sumo uno elso- hor sweet heart and lhat was a character which, to avoid discovery, I was compelled fo keep on till I had got info fhe house, when I de signed giving' her tho slip, ami retreating to my own chamber. Hut this, I found, was an acliicvi'iiieul not to bo easily ell'cet ed ; for, firs!, ho held mo very lovingly round wy neck iu bondti ; :u..J next, when we got into the house, through (ho back door, it was so dark that 1 could roeoguizo "Hilling I knew- everything was novelty and mystery. Hut I could hear various sounds of mirth uu.l i lji.tlor, aud especially two or three pianos and oilier musical in si rum. -tits echoing iu dilV'i ent partu of tlm house. Io this confused i.tafe, Iho damsel led mo up to a little i io on at the head ol tho Blnir, "ii Iho second story, w hero being, if possi ble, still darker than over, she gtivo mo a new hug, and said , " Vow, dim, tt.y l.i.l, I'll ii li you till about it, and what you are to do, exactly. You so", she ia to run awny, .s'Af, thought I what sho? and I with ln r at least rIio thinks so. Yo aro ly go of)' iu tUo cava to I'.iltiinore ; they go iu half an hour ; mid she is in a great liurrv. 1 suppose she ban fn lover down there ; but he can't be worth having, if he won't como alfor her. Ye are to r; oli' iu iijeu'.s clothe j. Localise wo are fo travel by Light, nnd ! ,b..dy v. ill know us or follow us. I am to wear whi leers- -just such nice big whiskers ni you have got, Jim so as to look old mid fierce, and koep peoplo oil'; and she's to bo my little In-other, a school Imv. Ain't it fihu, lim?" "(ih, yes," aaid 1, bef;ii,niii to wonder and bo inl.'iT.sted al this opening d plot and conspiracy among people ! did not know, und marveling wh it part I Was ex pected to play in It.e drama. " I've no doubt," quoth my new acquaint ance, " she would give mo a heap of money, lor she is rich, and loves mo ; and J bud her I was ciu'u rich, too - or taih.-r was be- f ile rnc (wliiuh was no more thin true)--lor all I'm no more than a chambermaid. "Oh-n!". thought 1, "ate you there, Abigail?" lint here's ii. y idea. Jim,'' fell..- coniinm !, with vivacity, tlm young la ly mil it's n good one. ll Might give mo much, inich more might the oi l g'onth niaii give me he who has got the chink ill his own liand.s when ho linds the young lady is gone; passed owuy, as it might be, for over ! how iniicti mote w ould ho 'w o me to if store her? Why, I reckon a wh' le fortune; ho I'm lesolvcl upon it. And here's tho way ve a,"i t'; tr jnvo it ; In stead of n.y running oft with l.c, ijiu'" to do if, pr-Uiiding t' ho inf.: and ahc won't know the d.fivjt'encM, bccauJO of thu hu khcan. nti are to talk only in w-his-puis, and e.hu will think tb-J disguise tnakes such an alteration. Then, instead of biking her to thu cars, you t iko her right kmue to our hoi;e ; she hnovtf no more of the town than sho does of ti c moon : then you can ' for the cars, and fl sue must wan tin iiie urii - , , , nicrlit vou krniw : and sho can i cm iu mv nom, and thero ym lock her up safe till morntng. lln-n l cmuo aim liuis'i toe o'iki- i neas, and pet the fnrt'iuo ; Ti ! then, J.m. we'll get i.'. l ied. ud act i.p lor uielves ' Ueie the fnitl.khs Ahiil ga, ."e lue ano ther embrace, vxprcssivo of delight and i iriiiinpb, and then, charging m to remain quiet until she returned to tho place, she : instantly slipped (rob. ti.e to-iiii, an I left mo shut up in darkness. I hrsituiod whether or not to ,.i,hV iter. :; cist in- cliiiation was, certainly, to crei p out, now the coast was clear, ud find mv way to my ?'v I.'ist own pi U.ent j and vet 1 had a lar.cy to follow Ihu adventure to its end: Solar, nt i Icasl, as to set) tual the cioptng iaoy came ' to no tins., h ef. Hut !;eu J lieail lo ques tion vs... this a.l.iitiiiesscouiii no, ami i" ' remeinhei that, although i had. seen a go'" mail,' young l.i.hcs at too leu lame 10 evening, roiic i f tlii-m were j'.i licuj.iily hatoisoine, cOhb-iS ht " nn.ch ,1 iiiy inlciesl iu the i,-...tlci . 10 f;iiii iiiy shan ... .11 ot it ii. u.inlor. lctiro to bed. an-! Icayo iho incognita lo her dosliuies. 1 began io tjiGp-.: i.ir ih.i ( our not w it tout makuui some .... .. ..... . . a.vsiivt iiiinrisiiHi 11 .1 ir ti :inil TU lilfn. n t'io .loop ws buJ U-nly ticiu-J. aivl A was horrified bv n man's vyice, tnurmuring in an mger whisper i " I any, Suke, confound. It, whero are J gtl mi l v, by don't you speak to mo!'1 My bona had told ino tlmt the new corner c mid be no other than Jimmy, tiio loitering nw ctheai t and cotiledci ato of Abigail, ot Susan, as her iinine nppearo.l hi be. I kept as still as a mouse, iutendinfr. as uqun as lm crept by iuf, fo slip out of tlm iiMiin. Put late, oi Jimmy had deiei mined it ctho) isu. ' I sav, Snk. y," he tinii mured, " why did ..ii b.dt llio gale .' Why didn't .u let mo m '.' Why d. n't you -.Leak ' know you ;irc hole, f-.r 1 lo-.it.l vmi. And lioW. you laic, I've ia,l;!it. joii." In l.it, ho hud. b-.it n- s-iofier d.ii his iita'.:i.-i ..'o:;ie pi con tact with a whiskered cluck tui.l a velvet collar, than ho utlcied a dismal cry- " Oh ! I. ot, 11 it's a man '." and turned to retieat [TO BE CONTINUED.] Select Miscellany. Select Miscellany. Whose Father was He? After the b.ittlo of tietlysbnrg. a L'nion soldier was found in a secluded spot on thu ticld, where, wounded, he had lain himself down to die. Iu his hands, tightly clasped, was nn aiiibrotypo. containing the portraits n! tin -o small children, and upon this pic- Lire Inn eves, njf m death, rested, fhe let object upon which the dying father looked w art the imago cf hU children, a.nl a I be silently pared upon them his sou), passed nway. Wl.on. ufter tho bottle, the dead were b 'ing buried, this soldier thus bntthl. Tho ambrolypo whs takei from his embrace, and has since been sent 1 1 this i itv '..r t oeiMMiHioii. NothinK els.i was f.'U'id upon Id pcis.ui, by which h tn ghlb1 idoiilitied. Ili ravn hs) boett milked, however, so that if, by tiny nirftnii, this ambrotype r.ll luarj to his reooitnition, h i cm bo diHtnterro 1. Th'1? picture ii now in the pnaicsslon of D:. n.iurns, Xo. 1,104 Spring liar Jon street, of this city, who can bo called upon or ad dressed iu lefcreheo to it. The cljiJJrBn two boyj and a gin aro apparently i.lnu, s.'vcti and live ycnis of nge the buys lie ing teaii!ctively tho oldest and youngest cf tho thtee. Tiio youngest boy is sitting in a high liiir, nnd on ca. li Bids aro his In other nnd sister. The oldest boy's jacket is made of thn ban.e tiiatciiui as his sister's dress. 'I lioso aro the most Jiruminout fea tures of tlm group. It is earnestly desired that all tho papers iu the country will draw attention to tho discovery ol this picture and its attendant circumstances, s that, if possible, the fata lly of tho dead hcio may emu's into posses sion of il. Ul ulmt inestimable valuo will it be to tlieao children, proving, as it does, lhat tho last thoughts of their dying father was for theui.aii.l them only. -Philmle!phi' 1 n tj a ifcr. Loyal and Indignant. Thi; tr;lc upon which thu train of hu-t'ci-oi-idvntiti, man rt'orwtioi rnn. is laid iu fyruptthy ; j ; i 1 i " I ' I On H. W. White, at Olncy, Illinois, hav ing been robbed of sonic) three dozen 10 volvers, publishes a " card," a column long, iu the village nuwHpKper, IJo attiibutcs tho robber j to Iho C'opperheii.Is, h 1)0, as "poor, m:Voble, tiendisii, snakish mid night ussas.- iiis," ino pl ow ling about tho southern counties of Illinois, and tu whom he had refused to sell his ai in.s. His loyal indignation finds vent as follows : " The dark regions nf tlie ilaunesl are fair when eoin;iaeil with tliuse lleuilsof hell in tiuinau shape, wlio belong to a rado of auiiitals nf too rie eliaraet' i !o eyer receive any of the benefits of tljf resurrection." lie then addresses them ia follows : " Now, you poor, illiterate, copper-headed aim pletuns, it will not be live years before your chil dren will be ashamed to own tlmt their father w as a co)ier-heiuleil tory. Yinir wives anil relations will disown ami hate you. Your neighbors will despise ami spurn you ns thieves, traitors and mur derers ; and wheq you die they will place there -spell',,! and insulting epitaph aboro your prareg. I will sunn replenish my stock of lire-arms again, ail 1 shall conlinue to sell to inr loyal ucinhbora ami friends, lor tlm purpose ot Lion nig out your infernal, disloyal brains," And concludes t "I have aUuys voted with Ihi D.-inucralic par ty, bul hereafter recognise but tvo parties oim lie, a! i.r lU piihliean party; the otle r thu disloyal, or left win of the beniouahc party." II. av Tn Ilaui: a Mi's.'. Tho following lci.ipc is rciM.'iiini'iideii to those husbands who have .1 .,-:ct.'irJ all UC04.sii,tl!l 4'J-l.ir-stie nci'tio : Wait until yoijr wife is at her toilette, preparntoiy to g.jiu.r out. Shu will be suru ;. r.ik you it her h.'.tmet is straight.. Hc iii ok that thu lives of nino-f outlja of wouioi. are piiti -c! in thinking wl.ell.or l.ot.nata aro straight, und witoling up with a remark that )o i never knew bul om' yir! wIiq Jai any coiiiuum koimo about her. WifJ vvilj ask you who lhat was 'f You, with a sigh, reply, " Ah ! you tuvtr mind ! " Wifo wilj ii sk you why you did not n;arry her. then ! You will say, abstractedly, "Ah! why, in- I ilce. I : Iho china is roadie. I Ivy tins ;m;e- and, perhnps, a bi oumslick is sure tv follow ! SoMcniiMi in Kavoii ok M vintiAaE.Th sculptor, I'owers.. writ;!; U if fi'W.lil sa, what people tall the folly of marrying with out tho means to hiippoit a family, er- in 'ssts frankly his own fear, when Ii foiitul himself in this verv position :. " To loll tiio truth, however, f.m;ily ami poverty havo dono moro tg Bi;i;pfiU mo than i hav to support them. 1 hey have cxicpellad. ma to mako exertion which I hardly thought uiy.sc'it capable ol, and often when ou the evo of despairing, they havo lorcotj use, hko a coward in a comer, to fiht like a hornet not for myself, but for toy wifo onij httj.0 gtu-8." Har.ju JiDO.Mr.Nr. If vou uriit form ' is.rcri julgtuenta, firm thmn of yourselt. not ni others, an I, in generul, uegm by at tetid;n.' to your own iL.'fjru;o,iciti trt. y f-very l ie ehouM sweep up hia own walk, wo should havo very clean streets ui-i una tyiupaiuy car- iievpr re csmuusnp i , i -. ,, , . , so one as tuers existi! in liwi li4rt nt vir- j tus the satuo feejin- of Inured toward the kil.UtC tht ia felt t i-.ird liw sin. I'n '.i- w Is a truth accoroiuodaied to out iiatuto, which poetry best conveja. TUtfre is a truth tor the reason ; lljtro is a truth for the pisawns, -)-rp v tyyth for every character of luati. Why are tlie pimphs ou a drunkard's) face like the engravings on a J.01U011 news. 1 ,r? jj,t.lVt0o th-ey 4to illuptrations c , ' ' ; P " . , To Ki.rr Ctxr.nv, Cilery should b kep in tho cellar, the rooU covered Willi fan, lo keep Ihcin m-if. Tut-: fellow who picked up a living has become round-shouldered. To re if 14 girl in itruiatje, Ui J dress 111 a ball 1 00111. A- obiect of " inieieHt."A cirl whose' . iiicwno i.s lore tliousariij dolbrsi year.. ' ' - III' tit, . VVU lil u 4.Wi UL aa A ilmnk i" w iu wo utinger ut pcuig jiecarao.