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?.ai ...a.?.. . I ?? i a.n i i ? .a?, ?sa. >^w^T%^ VOL. 58. WOODSTOCK, VA? WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 10 1878. NO. 27 SHKxXAaDOAH HERALD I? ru*t.i?Hit, SttlU BY ?HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO IS"" Subscript!.?!, Two Dollars ?p?r yaarpiyable In ? twice. If not mi 1 in a iva'ice, Two Dollar? tad ifty C'eut? will be ehsrc???!. All c "Yunuui?ati.us of a privat? uxtttr? wife be chargeai for a. a advertising. Job .?riuttnjc All kind? of Job Work doue at ?lio-i uotlce and the most reasonable rates. Prof lOiOeMll 1 <//</?. T G. WYXKOOP. .4 TTU II S E Y AT LA W, ?" ffice on Main Street Opposite the Court House. WlRlIlSTOCK. VA. Wi 1 practice in the courts of -iteuaiidoah a?.d adjacent e. .untie.. iW p-vi?l ?lleutio'i given in de col'e, tiou i4 elai'ii? and a leg?l business entrusted to his care. Sept. jk-tl. Wim. ?a in dr. Lex* >s on rhurslay. Friday aud Saturday, tief re Iks, nal TutWday ,?f ea.B nwuth, ?i Ur. LU .1 rdan'? Drugstore. il .-?> W.i.if.s. M. U Walt ' \\' . i.t-is fe vi I' ?N, ?? fe-rroaa>XTfe m n? .V I H 11 ?111? K. va. :r M isi'.?1 ?V ">v?lso prscti.-esiiithe (-..in. .,?- I 1 ?,-e. Wa . .ml llickiui'.hai?. Ilartaa lUallae I in tue !>i?teict ami t'irrnl? ????iirt? I t.!?? iiit-1 state?, m Virginia. He ? i-eiar,?l t' - lite cla'.'M? in ?aid ('"ir?e ? ivin. ?pavial stirn ,n to ,?se? iu Bankruptcy. i LLE.N & M MiUIDKK ATTUUNLiS AT LAW. WOODSTOt K. SUENAN KO AII GDI STY. V.\ April, 29-tf AS. II. VVIM.IAMS. ,:. .1. WILLIAM? WM. I. WILLIAMS. VIMLI.IvM* * nuoiHLii. AIT )?aA'KV?? AT LAW UtJttliaiO) K. VA. r?ctlce tu tne v'outi? of Sheuaud>ah. Uockipg 'i?tti. l'?,'e, r'rvJertc? aad arreu t'??untie?; ?1?. n the c ?urt? ?f tppeatauf Vlrgiuka aad la the ?\ ?. 'li.trut Court. Speci?! ?tteati?^ given to the collectou of H. II RIDDLKBKRGKR. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WOODSTOCK VA. isrwill ; ract.ee in all the ?vurU.^af Jauuarv, IMS w *-illiv.?is s ouu-.ili.. I'IKa INalUANC'-. AGENTS. WOODSTOCK', r.i. ?V e are pi-, ..red to In?iire property iu the Vir ireaud ?larme lu-urau.r Company, and t.?- L^acbbarg i!.i.?ing aud luaarauea Company. Bot? ?re Srsl class c.?mp?uies aud insure ?i th. Baaa! premium?. I ? KliHGK li CALVKRT, 1 A ?ITU .XKYAT LAW. Nl.VV M V KKT. ? A il prsi-t'.ee la the ?'ivuit ?'? urt oi -h.-nand<<al> aud in all the Court? i U ?ckingham and l'at'f .,?untie?. I ...ur uta le ?n a:? ing? mi ut aith ?lc-?i?. Waltoii 4 llton \". : .,,-?> ?at- , ? . .-til ?ri 1 recrivr attention . litioiialcha geeto m,clients. 1 :.-?? atad, the ?ami ?i .. geaieut \?uh promi latie?. ?.'?tve? Next door to lleokel K?lner fe ?Oo*? - l?a? IT. D R A MA KTI S. MRGKOS ?Qg^>"?^^''? Re?ln?Ilullv lliti.-'Ui? lin- puMic :1i:i lit- hi- u-?i?iii-il ?lie pi.iidi? i- ni In- ?in !.-?i.ill ?.Kl? I? it'll m III?' -t..M- ?il P. J. Fra t-i. m *\ <.<id-t.i?k. ?a ni t>" fiv.- ; r ? ui|?t ..tt?mi'.ii ,i ??- : tb ? / ? KEEN'S MANS!'?' ?lui ?I ? I ALKXANDUIA, VA ?AMKS ORLEN.PnoiiiKTol?. la a flr-t-c!?.? hotel, in every respect. Tb? c ten? of the valley, having Lueiues iu Vlexaudria or Washing.?u. and traveler? ? ?ing North or MOTta, will and tin? ?u ?,'ree?ble resting place on the route, a? it do?-? BO) ? laire the early start by ? ever*l !i ?urs ?? fr ?in ?Taaa iii?tou or Baltimore Car? and steaml??*?? l.-ave kl'taudrla foi ?aefe ln-t. n and return every botir froni V VI. t o 7,v. f. M. J?u7-tf t i. B1SET, CvRINKT MAKER A X1 ? I ndertaker eep? constan !y on han 1 and for ?:?!? at owest ?a?h prices, FC .?ITU E UF EVLltY DKSCK1F nos H., ha? ?h hand an ?wort nant of Lounges, Chair?, Bureau?, Be ?fad?, ?afes VWd roOes, ?v?.u.i..i i, ibl -. ,V ttluo lit.-k? and ?rill always bave is rooms \V<--Fille?.. Pe wlli 1st prompt to f iiniith r '?fin? at ?ho t n tice. t?r*A i i. .rk wair^uted fora reasonable time. ?jt n It 3i if iiluiburg, ?s. J i INS.M mil M.' Kl M. RIDULEBARGEK I HAVE -e?nm 1 iv il'l ti-.le. an<l ?dl trt 11? all 1 (Vieil.Is S ?; W G ? NS A L W A V ?* t ) X II A > tsn FOU SALE. K?>*sai*i< ? ' ??'.',?- ?ml rxpcilipntly don An ?in i* ni -nat'-rial tuni'?hcd. such a? lia r?!s |..u iliiife, la-H-fc?. Triff?***. ?Vc -^T-'isii and I'r.ib.ci- for *..rk M RI Dltt-Cr* ARGER liar ?I Hin.? Is ILSUX'S ?or KL, WOODSTOCK Va ? Emtrgnei una tJrtmt?y Improved AMPLE 1CCUMM&U.?TI01C8 FOR 1 hi. I iii-ri'i???* I ll.'ittttt ?- of I'liltlif P.* rRUN.ilir* Thi? hotel hi? l.-en rec. ntlv improved ay th-creriion ?if a iwiclr ad-liii-iti tn 'he ntaia bdil hn/*hi'-h will ??vc eonstdembly more r ? i u ml a i'or.l h up IV .vcoiuiu" lut on for lir I a? lin.' h ''"h' ? TUR r\Ki.E ?111 CM wall supplied at a'l ti no* with thet"--t tin- mark-t aiTofti? anal no (?tins ?"Mu? 'M ?iMVed io ?.ilisf, trie want* tfi-ttMU in this .lepar' Hint. r-lE BVt? ??ill >>? -t -?*.?? I Mth the t-*-?! Li-pi ?r?. A full ?apply of Wilson'? pure Rye whisky :the oalj hinaf lastls ?vhi?k, ? M in t'i? county.) can hej fourni by those vig'iin.'a pure arti le for orilla ?I (.nrpo? ? Juror? att?'nlin< cuirt ?ill b*. iioard-?! ,.r their fee? per d?ein, anal the.r certificates ak?n in pay n.-n' if iesire I ?Jliarj:"? Mutier*'-- A rail ***>|M*Nb*b1i o'icitel. ROB'.RT WILSON* SBT 1 I ?I-Ilfc?R!'.INALI'l l!E [ HORWfaJlA-, COD LIVKR Ol?, This ?I'll unlike olllal sis neu (he- lisbs raiieiil.'lisii-'rri'al?:?- -lOellui-'.un? svoi<?-. ta-tin;* nriiel?- lint ?- h pure. dl.nul tr?'-li Oil, without .my auimiature. ?-??H aa-eepte'l .tn?l ret.iineil bs' the iii"-i ilelicaie ?tu'uaeli. snd p?i..i'?> aal lh< ine Heul pc'peilie? Hill etH?:ii s in l?i mu -h t,i*sa'**> lejri"?- lisaftaiiy olbet CO.' LJVKR OIL hTsskaa it mo?! f.?! t?tbl?' tor pal irr f? 01 invalid? rrauiri'l?] the 11-e ?il COt' I.IVKR ?HL. Kor-s;,le hv uiaj Ml? I.V. ?? Sf ? Il M"11* I". bruta, i? VITALI1VF. Aeromitod positive remedy lu all chronic ii*jii~T ' of the Womb Btsdiier sod Kidney, D. D. CARTER. D?c. 2<*-limo. Sib- Airt. I .a*, -itsasa, i.rsees Uteriu?. i^i.i w la a i Cart*r'. Dreg stwre. COTjrjSTTY DIRECTORY. vv n at - et. COUNTY JUIH'.L. O.K. Calvert, - - ? ***** C??MM?NWK VI Til's ATTOBNEY il ? uni - i - - - - ?niin? < I.F.LK UK THF. ?OULTS. .H, ... oodstock -?e-irge vv M le... ?IIEItIKK. ?...?, . New ?Urkel Wni IL Bice, - M.I't TIE?. (..?iah ?tvltley, - w..??d-to k P H *h..'ir - - ? * -CdlBbarg. asm v? Wla le, - - ,. ? w. Wlndlt - ? ? ? VewM.rket. T. J. Burke, ... - ? John I Rice, - - - * J ^???viii,, D. F. Spiker, TKKASL'KER' C.eo'ge W'. Koontr, OUMMISSIONEKS C'F IIKVENIF.. ? . Woodstock Oeorge (\ H?m?T?n, - _ Vdinbnrg ?eo J Grand taff, - . . >lt C:ilt?'li Christian Miller, ?H LVEYi'Ia? . . Mt. J??kson. ?villiam Ttsinger, MpiKlSTKNIH.ST l'I POOR. Maareitoau ?. B. Sheifler, - - - ? ?rraavisoRS. ? ... . . . - - Mt.'ilive i?s. H. StLcrt, - - Saunisville, 1 .? n h ? I ? :. - * * . John II?u?eufluek. - - * E<iinh?irg. K. M L.nti, - - - " m jBcksou. levi lim wer. - - NewMa?k.-t B. C. Botvniau, - PBRISU PHY8ICIAK. _ ? ? . Maur.rtwn. Dr. R. Grave?, OVEBSEKRS l"<?>K NOTAKIKS I'tBt.IC. D S. Tleuke', ??eo, K. (.'alvert, ' . 1 .ai-'ev, la. ob i.a'.-z I.e. 1" hrouk, ! tie... A Illlpp, i P. SV M-pruder ! tieO. M. Itorlllll I ?Sni. r ? I L. riplelt, 1 las. II. Slbert, Henry ?)? uuing*, lo?. !.. ?uiey, ?sew Market, ; Lallt*? SIM, '! OB?, l>r -ok Strasburg SVooustock Mt Ja. k.-oii lit, ?!?'"? Mt. Olive Edio JUSTICES 01 THE PEACE. I'avis 1-isT ?Or. 0. A. Brown, ?bed Funk and no H. -narr. siosF.sv?LL.? 1. 11. Orabill.|i:i: Ooffelt, Sn.-wd. u Whltaker. Joiis.tos?J H. Rodeffn. Martin ??tinkler, .evi II. Culler . MAMsos.-Nanvji 1 ?' lanpbrli Jan.es i. <'offu.au, Sitmu? Maker. AtiiBt ?San... Ilaiurnan, Samuel Klugree. Jacob i; Mi 1er. Lia.-?I. White Wil iamson D. I'. ZirkU.Jchii M I Pence. i'OV?T IBI.E8. Isaac PiicIst, i>. u. ... heaa ar, ? li. (?randslaff, BOB. J Burke. 'iran? BauseriLan, Ediubtug Ken MarkH . ??oidstock .*ll'Kl;IN IF.Nl'KNT OK BCIIoOLS I H. Orabill, ? " - Wooctock 8CH"OL TllfsTKKS. l>avi?,-0. A. Eio?n. Harrison Wh te, i. . II ?narr. 8 uncwall. -Jot. Bol, D. F. ?iker, Jac.b "?i-istle. urns-ox.?E B. shaver, Daniel Bowman, Silas ?laach. Mapis? s,?dot ? omer, I'hilip Stovers, saniue: *e bra acker. siiBY.-.lcseph Perry, A. J. Mye ?, H, U Oft. man. Lee. -G. M. Tidier, J- U. kagey, Mark Thomas. l?OAli COMMISSIONERS. ??iiiieliou? Hi'ckman - - - Mt. olive. I seph Maphis. - - - Saunist II-. brauaui i.mi .... . dith Sani'. < . ?uiuc er - - C< lum'n? I Isaac Bowman, - " - Hau?bu g. Slark lho nas, .... Forests Ule. SIIKNASKOAII CotNT? BANK loses Waltoll, - - . I"re?i lent, ?H-, me M. Bora?, - - - fa.-h er. I. ?? ?agrudtr. - *??t. Cahier. NEW Msl.KET BAKK John O. eem,.p, esialint. i'avidF Kauey,.Caehler. COMMISSIONKRS IN CHAXt'EKY. ?i-.ilIT Cot KT.?I?. W.M?giuder, E. E. stiek SV Si?ey. 'oi-ii C'i Kr.?r. SS. Madrider E E tick ley, L. Irip ?f.. Ir. C'tMMISSIoNKK OK ACCOV'STS. I' W. Magruder - - - Woodstock, Va Advertisements. K.\ IR s 1. HOTEL NKu MARKET, VA. I it?. S. Ilni.r/.stis-, |*i ')) lietrcs. II tin.' fully refilled and repaired this well '?nown Hotel it is no* open It the re.option ul ifiiest? and boarder? New Ma ket i? ?urround.d lay a nuinber of eirelleut sp lugs-amon? ?bleb are Sulphur Chalybeate, Free, stone, fcc, ,>,--. of access, and situated amid the tri"?t hrantifii and picturesijne ?cenry.?Persons in the cities ale ?1*1114 a few weel-? of country ail, with quiet a-oni f rt, at reasonable rates, ??ill be aceoriimodatid. : lie t.lne will be an e?p-.-ial care ; the Bar nip I.'ied ?.ith eli'.ice li'|ii,-s, and the Htal.Ie? j., .did ??ith best f provender. SARAB IIOLTZSIAN Feb. I -tf 1825. 1878. OLD DRUG STORE, t WOODSTOCK VA established ?'?..ut I'M t.y I>r. John 0. S.litiiitt B. SCHMITT - - Proprietor. DEALER IKr Drugs, Medicinps Glass, PAIXT.V OIL.*? Vuraishes. i?yi: ?vrirr. PERFUMERY. SOAPS. BRUSH EH, Eatii\-(r<i?idn, Stationen', etc.? etc. ALSO <'A>'I>V, NfJTM, l-'llt'IT?*:?' Prices IrjiT* As cheap aa the clu?ipest. -f&B Purity tmd ?I'lliuliilily of goods ?I ?ay? gnarranteed Prescription? .-sr? iully . "inpoundefl at all hours. BARBOR k HA IILTOM, Lf.uii.'Bii? iveiiuo Washington, D. C. We have connected with our h?lesele Grocery and I if]n.-r lln-iii. -a A COMMISSION DEI ABIMENT l.N.K. iHt. ??ANAliEvll N i llF A. E PHILLIPS, fo' th? ?ale of Flour. Grain, Hay, Lumber Egir?, Butter. ?'Bee?.. Potatoes, Poultry, in fact, all kind? of Country Produ?e ?11 consignment* ?rill receive our best attention a fi prontH returnsniade for t e sain?. Mr. K. K 3NUX, formerly of Alex ndrl?, V?., win gi<e hi? |?er?oii?! a(!eiiti.?n to the Virginia and Vt.ryl.ud tr?de. l.'Mpectlully, Apr. 11?lyr. ?.ttJvjvit* uAMll/ro}. ? PO E TIC AL. ?Fti nuts om:. BY JI AN 1NGEHAV. There's no d. w left <m ?h, dai?ie? and clover; 'l her? ? no rain left in hearati; I've s?i i my *' even lines" .ver and ove?, Si-ven tine? one are M Tea, I stn old, S" old I can write * 1? tier; My birlh-day ? *?? B1 ?re ion?; The'la ob? p ?? :itwi.ys, t' ey kn wn butt? r, i : ey ?re only o e t me? one 0. moou, m II e Bight I've ?e. ?j y,,u ^ at i I ng, And ? Inlag ? r ui d and losrj Yotl ?e t 1 TK'.t ?fej ritht,!i it your light is failing. You ?are notl ing u. a hut a bow. You, moon. b?ve ytm done somelhiux ?TroB : in I esvci, That U il ha? ".i.bl ? n y ur face ? I hope I yon c ,n, i-.u ?111 1 ? I..i, ??en, And ?blue ?gain in your place. ') velt?t bee. you're a dtuty tell.w, Ynu'te pfiwdereil v ur leg? with ' lid O ' rave i.mr.1 -mur) B ul- rich ?nd yellow, Give me j..ur iimney to bold ! 0 columbine, "pen your folded wrapper, Where two twin ilo".? dw?ll ! U cuckih.-pint, tel! m the nrple els-per, i hst haut;? in your c ear green bell : And .how me the ue?t with your young one? in it! I wi'l Bid ?teal them ?wiy; 1 am old!?yo.i raaj Ir.i?? me, linnet, linuet? I ?in 'even t tue? n- t- ? !... A .OLVC SklUl.lv I. A SToi'.Y OF THE 810***. W.tli IN MINNKSolA. Abi Hit ten years ago, a man by t iioiue ol Elkunah Kiiiit moved with I I'atuily frt-ni one of the New En-?lai Mates tollennepin couuty, Mhinesol and took upland iiinli-r the horueslvi law. Being unable, for some reason, ?ibtaiu a char title to his himl. he nio el ai-aili Hilt] settled <>n ihe St. Lot river, about ihiity-livi miles uorthwe ofDuluth. It ?mis while at .<uliilh th ihe writer was ton! the lollow.t s toi-s : Fl.iit's family eniiH?*-t<*?l. lus,le h wife and hiins? 11', ol three chihlr.i whose name? were Ja^on, a bos ol ii teen, a daughter, Ahigal, two yeai younger, mid a littl-girl but threeyeui ol I. whose name, 1 ll ilia, "us Plora. Their lirsi clearing ??.is made ?-u fertile wooded interval, on the righ I.,mis ol the river. About one huudrc I'.' :- '? .!' k iVtilll il.. ?I!, ;mi st. ?ill tin i hoUse. I.II It (., cOllOIIWOod l"-s. It ?as a wet season, mid their loca in>n | roved t" I e ;? dump" <'i e. Fruii this caii-e, ven hkily, Mis. Flint an? ? er i.tile iiirl ?ickcin ?? I?, am both died of pneumonia. Tue 'loath ol the child occurred t?vo day? after the death <u Un m.. All the car.- ?-I Ihe household thuali I up"ii Abb, Flint, ii'iss in In r iourte? nil year, mid ?? le ?ci n? i<< have been a veis inpubb Uli!. IIt-r brot 1er, Jason, ??.is ..i a ihd'ereol st uti?). and rendered i. ? :.u!n r Lut laiK> In lp. IF- wa? at? traded bj uoilninf bul hunting and s "?.: ng, i III? h !u brought home a deer, or a quarter ol a moose, but it waa with tin- eiiiittsi reluctance that he nal hiiiis. if in plowing or pl.iiiii?-,. To trap aloiij tin upp, r cour?, of the i rivi r ??as t'a i mure to Jusou'? likittiv, I hiili It-llillg ti-,.?. lie was v? i ? adroit in ira list*? >*? il tin- Indians, pin li? ? of whom old i i-.Ullt' l?i l!.f ?rttul-'.s llOUM'. So allUI|l ? mil. i il. were Ilia hui??ains in lui.? will i hem, thai tin) had. wiiliiu u year, la* : atiiweil upon him the ni, k-iiara ! ?'Taioutli-la-i'i'.p.'o." whk'li 1 >li"ul. translate liberally a? "Yiiutij* Skin? fliitt." It was not very l??ii' fefiirward tha , the memorable irouhh-a with the si? u> : bej-an, marked by ili4.se norrible niaaa fecp-s ni Un Bettlers m the backvutililiei : oi Iowa ?nul Mini.? atila. During the ?ral ?lays nl June of tin >ear of our st??rj. Mr. Flint ?i t oil' in ?.is ".?u'-.?ut'' boat fur the then small ! villaue of Dululli t?i pr?M-ure some farm? iu>? in?|il? nniit?. Ho ordered Jason to ? reniaiu eltise at home, and ?it him hot ill}? in :i small pine uf ptitatoes ou a ?mall ?ii?.??? ot op..und recently char. ?1 and burne?! ovi r. But Jason, wIium? mind waa luti nl mi Indians, belii ved it neci asary to make a '.?? uiniiio t.iur a? rosa tin- country to a . n? -ijil'oi'ini; ?i til? iiitiit. This trip i ic cupied the lii?t day of his falliera ai> : sen? e. Tlie next nmrninii he sel lo work on the potato patch?all llie m??re ililiuenl lv because Mr. Flint waa i*x| home 11i:tt niiflit?and as waa not very j uncommon with him, lit- coaxed hi? slater Abby to leave lui-work in tin I hou?i' and help him. Sprout.? from the root? and slumps ol the lately leih ?I trees h:i?l come ii| plentifully among the potatoes. Abb? went ahead with a bush hook, or ? bush bill, and cut up Ihe s| routs, sslnh Jason followed and hilled up the pola. j to? s ?vith a hoe. Jiiit h:? eyes roved about it ?2<i4>ddea ! ns in h .i (!. and for on? e, at lca?L ilcsi ! ?harp, >? uinli i luj eye? ol hi? did him I good ?ervice. ( hancios. to look forwarti : to the I lid "I the rOW, while the I'.'l tse-l Ibordered Lit? clearing, he saw an In ' diati in llio aci ol steal n_' forward from ?behind tin trunk of agr?ai maple loa I blackeued piue tub. which had burueil i out hollow by the recent lins, ami ! ?s hieb stood in tiit outskirts of the pole m patch. Hoy thoiU'h he Wit*. Jason atS at no loss to iiinl.r?iuni ihe movement ?? the aavage. He km?* tliat Its ass on I,* svai.iii-; there for his si?t? r nml him?iil U> approach nearer, when he Woul?' proi,?this sho??t him and endeavor to lake lus s s?. i pr.soner. The disiaiice to the pirn- st'tb was iohtecn or Usiiits iod-, trta far f .r the ii'?skin's gun to si. ?it with certainty. Dropping hiseye*. Jaaou hoed on will appart ni ?ai? li SSUens. Abby ha?l not seen ihe Indian, am' In- dared not even wldpnt-ra warnlan t?i her. lest she should InkArlirlil .in?' 11iu briiiL' the SB Vage at "lice upon them J son's own -rBB, ilioin.li h-nded. svn? ?? the house, which via? out of mI-,-1,1 In biusl t!c bushes. With ??li?t pr?sence of mind, Jaso slid to hi? sister: '?Don't hurry ao, Abb. Ii's to wann to hurry. I'm going to fetch on .?onii* water." And setting down hi line. In- strolled hisjn-ly across th piece, vvhisil no ?is he went, half ex p?ctiii'_? at even step t.i feel a bullet. G? ttintf iimiiii?' the liiis'ii-a. he ran t? '.lie l.'.u-e and lauohl down l,i? "in i? 11?-! powder hoi ii. vAilh the int? niion o making Rein nit lhr.?u?'h the w?. da am comim* round in the rear of the savage ?vhn, he tli.?ii?lit. would be intent watch -.no his sister. Rut tin halher pou, h which held hit ?tuck nf bullet?' was gone fr*?ni the pc_' In living her work iu the inoniii.i: Abb* had knocked il oil', and it had lallen d.iwn lliitiunh an opening in tin- fioor. In breathless hast?; Jason searched the room over, hut could not liud ihr (?ouch. Ktiowiu?; there was not a**in ??It* moment to lose, he set off with but the tingle charge in his j?un. He had ju?t o<,t out of the doitr when he beard Abby scream. 1 hen there loll iwed a ?mother,u? sound, and then lie heard her try lo call his name. Even then the l.ov's presence ol mind did not desert him. Me kuc-w that u the savac? wer? felons his sr. wr's sole chance of Hie lay in the Indian's not ! disci'Vi'iiuo that be was pursued. lie lau lu lite ed^e i.| tin- bushes that skilled the potatoes and look? ?I out. The re?l?kiii wa? ??ragxing Ahhv after ', him by the wrists and was just cuter iiio i|K. wtiodson the laither si?le ??oiu?-: out toward the river. From this Jason concluded that th hull.m had come down the stream in canoe, which be had pt*t*babty not let lai off, 11 the savage should regain hi canoe, Jason's only chance would be ti ?I,not him from the oaiik This he re .?olv.-d to attempt. Not much more than a nii'c abovi the clearing" the riser make? a urea bend, ami al one point la quite sa 1 ami narrow, Making circuit ihrougl the woods. Jason ran to intercept tin Indian al the bend. II? wa?right in his conjecture, (or h? hu? bul ju-t iripi through some Ihit-k .??ill is mi ilii bank win n he saw a canoe c'liniii'j SWifll? up the stream. The In? dian's paddle ?flittered in the sun as he sal in the ?tern, and with quick, slroriji alrokt-s propelled the I ttle craft agaioat the i urr-lit. He could sec hi? sister rroUchiDg in ihe middle of the cano?!. ? iv.lh her head niul.lid iu some coar-e cloth. Jason cocked Ida gun, and.with the gnaleat caution, brought the puce to b -ar on the savage, determined to the tu- instant In- came near rOOtlgtl. lim ti.e war? Indian ? ithi r In aril ?otile sound lr?>m the short, or suspect ed danger at the narrow point m the , C'.aiiii? 1, I'or.bi tor? he had come ??ilh:u ; au_i .Jason ?a?? h.tn creep forward and crouch Inside hiscaplite.il! such a manu'i as t" shield In? own hods with ..el?. Jason saw the ravage's sharp eye ?vauuiug Ibe l.usl.cs. bul be did not br I. ?i he ahould ?bo ?i his sister. TboU-jh liailled bv this tnck. the bul? liov was not disheartened. Three >> lour units further up ibe river was ; ripid, where the chaniu ; was l?roL?u b; btlgea ami targe bual? ei>,sgaihlwbich mai lue upper emlol tue bru?teii ??a er. were piled ?real lu a pi?.?! dr.Il lo?s an. liruah. Jason nail Happed I here. an?. mu'W lb? plate well. Tiitre w.i'i liiree piles of tbills in the sirciin at lltat poiut?one tiear lh?' ngbl bank, aitoliier ou a Ifgtlgt a lulle lUIlnel out, and a lew rods big er u|, . lid a tiiird une loti^ctl HgRlUallWU ctiuilS'U. r.icks .?till nearer lue opposite bank. it was between Uieae bauka and the ?noie tbut boats ??ml canoes go?Ug up usuallv paxaetl; ion the cUii'.i.l here was uc.ur.r .?o alroug uorao awill, bul il.n? ..i Muooiiil y over a pebble bottom. W un a hue a caboe i?r boat counl i ? pulleU Up against the current, and lae vv.ilei waa not deep but Hull a null couln watlc ami draw a uoal alter him. T?. snoot at the savage wbeu ue drew Ins canoe up Uie rapid was Jason? UeXt thought Aller ?i hoi run lie came out mur II i rapids sud eaaih waded across to ti lust pile of drift. T i?-re ?scie rocks u Which hi' Was able to jump to the si coud ol tha- three, liut it was only h waiting that he was able loget to th I'm ihent ?hilt pile, the poinl he iriabe to reach. Several lime? he was nearh swept awa ? i<? ?lumbliugover the slipper, rocks u| I ?m the bottom. Bulb? got ovir. an hiding bimst h parti* under tome of th I bruah and behind an old lilted stum| ; he lay in wait for Ihe Indian. From this lui kin-; place he could no sec thus m stream; but hi about Iwent; m m.les he heard tin- Indian WsUlmg 11 ih>' rap d. splashing his way up. pullin. II.? calioc alter lilil?. A minute later and Jason cBttgh sight of him ?beul over, as he carefully planted his llioc? ?isiut ?| feel aiuoll11 tin s|i|ipery stones on the bottom. He bin die Inn- over one ?boulder, and tin ciiiioc, wild Abny in it, was ten 01 twelve feel bchilid him. The girl was no.s soiib II ?; !)illerly,q<iilu (lespa r..ig ol . ??upe ur ras? ue. The Indian had conic withiti thirty or Ortj lei-t ol Jason, bul al lh.it moment i,s quick trat coiii'lit some eouud liom .m ?a'It heap. II? sloppeii and turned ? ..ti til v round. Tin? was Jason'? chance. Before the ?avagr ioiih.1 stir the i"unn' hackssoiiiis nan bad til ?I at i.im. Ami il ??a* a m -?t birtunale ?i.ot- 1 i Abby Finn, m a?t. Jase had hit the Indian iu a vital spot. L'lterlno a ?Ireailfnl crs oi paiii.th.- ?:iv a e U-i ??o the line and attempted to r .?eh th? drill heap, but being, so s,. v rely wound? ?I, he lost hi? looting ai.d lolKUdowu Usa r.ij id. The canoe, too, Mttght side wise 1 the current, was up?, t.and Ahhv.clutcl in?; at the ?'unwhale. which ?vas hotin with basket stulf. ?vas carried with it il loan edd\ beiienth the oilier hank. ''Hang on to it: Abb!" were the fit* words .?he heard lr.?in her In-other. Ja??'ii had waded in llie stream, an crossing over, he seize?! huid of the ea no? : hut si. ppfng into h deep bi**w D< s lb?- ? ?Id?,, both he and his sister s.inl completely out o? s?oht. Fora uionien Isafe) wire near ??rowniuo. The ho? siriiL-oled out, how ever, and pulled In ?filer to the elude ISeillier ol th. ill saw iiiivlhlll;? ?m n ?il tin lud?an. Piohai'l} he wascan in into the dt. p water t low the iMpli and was driiwued. I wish 1 had heel: able to ham mon ol the sulise?|Uiiil career of Jason Flint, hat i could ot.lv hear at Duluth that he la!.1 become a scout and Indian lighter out west. lie was ccitainl\ a cool In adcd.Sti fedj hai.?led yotiagwii i ? if no! a very go.nl farmer's boy, I alah he could have been hoi It. Rut t?tere is :.n old proV. r'o. Ill? "it aki s ?ill kinds of folks to make up a ? world." ami al?o ?mot:m r. "liial von c ,n I not hart* every thing lu ??ne b?>?." s?>. whil we r? on t ,Ia?on'? (aiiiugs. I?"? u* prase !..s phtt-k und ? n? ray. One I eliiiSD. I base sometimes ask? il myself! II were allowed to present but one petiliol al the throne of grace, ami thai a ?iu-.li Verse ol S rptuic. what vers?- would i be- Audi have ihouoht thai it would hi the one in Ps. 51:10: '?Create ill me ; clean heart. 0 God; and renews rub spirit within me." This has Ion,? beei a promit!? nt petition in tin prayer-, am bei oim s su niore and more the longer I live. I I?:?! ilial liiere i? nothing mor? desired, than "hnliuvHS without whicl DO man shall ?ce Ihe I/iil." Notllill'J seems tn lin su ! CtlUt'lful. alnl I le? I thill s? .il.? ul n. 1 ? ?m ni vi i be nul? Lapp?. either in this ??. t Id. or the world in come. Dut 1 feel llial with il I shall have all Un | ai ?,a ?. s? ??Mt > h, .1 ;,,| me hi re, and thai is In ?I lor HIC In r. . and thai 1 sliall he uuepeakably happ* in i. alter. ??Ill? ?ni ?re ti.' pur?' in heart; r??r ihe) shall b? admilled within -the'gal? ? ?'1 il ai i ilj it,lo which n t-iitei*. il. thai det?leln. I shall l s \ r - paid to i.e a coinpalilou ol angels, and of the apniia of ju?t miu man. pt-rieci in hi as i n. Tile llitinile Go?1. ?ho ? ?I purer e.cS lhan lo behold iniquity, will look with cnmplaceucy upou me. ami ( hi?! tus l!. di i m? I', lo w horn I n??e ?ill my aalvatmn, will mbuil me t?> lb intimacy. More earnestly ii.er. fore, tl an I would -?. k o?dd am ?liver, or fell ci. al< ?I _.1. wiiulil I ?? ? to ".?bine in bl? -t It-UK mbruuci " li Him whoae name i.? Holy. There i? also .iimili, r v, ; -. ?Scripture i?> offer as my ?me petition aud :u ih" elm.i e oi which I might ?, i u to ke less selllsll UiaU ill UiakiUi* ul the other. The v? r?c to which 1 n ft-riseoulatned Iu the I.uni** pray? i.am is a? fidluws : "Thv fe ill la* doue m earth, as it is in heaveu." If this p?ti? tion he ??ranted, ami the will ?>i Und Ih .?mie in i ?triii, as it i? .n heaven, tin n ?I will Le done iu other? as well as in rays? If. fend in myselfa? well a? others ami both nivstdt an I lliey Will have tin el? an ?pint asked in the olhi r pet.lion. And inns I would Ilk?- tlii? ev.-u bettei than that, 1 Would therefore cordially accept it- Jini lervrjutly urge it at the im ivy s.at. ? ??? ?? Ml.'S. IIaYI-S AND TUE 1 Ill.t'M.lil L'OKPS.?Fnmi lb?- crucible in abieli r?. Iluyi - ha? In. u irittl lid mor? ili.in u y ni sin . ? in. ? forth, and there Im? been round l?ut hule alio? mis ?? wil Ihr ''?.Id of lu r. I arm h r. The mil. chiirgr laid al bei door, one tuai, su far from ?I-1radin;" Ir un the nobililt of he s.ml. should add Irish Inun-ls to bei Kin??, is th?? ?f ? X. lu-'in-j ?sine ail? liquors from ihi entertainment uiveii al tin- ?. bite II?"ti?e. AlthtiUgh lite Diplo? matic Coips may grumble and ihrea'.eii to absent themselves Irom stale ?linn i?. I am sum then- are few wives and mother* in the laud who wil! umwirb lier God ?peed In her noble efforts in this civil reform. She posaeas a In a. ??min?ut de-ice tiat savoir hin ?once essars hi make a women succi ??fui m In r career. She has ??real gra i 'II m???? ?if maiim r and the happj fa.iili? of al* ay? say im. the right thing al the proper time. II< - ssathetic tasie l.e trayatlaell in a ilmii-aml an I one was? ?in the refined harmony ol the colors ?he wear---in tin- article? "1 virlu ? a'li r? J about h? r riMiina, and, moi than all, n im p:n?tis.,,? ol Bowers l?j which ?in- i* suir und ?1 and ihe luxur.i ol Which she ellj'"?s pn??ihl\ ni'il?' than ?in? thiii'- else cornu eted ?sitliln-r III? m the Whit?! llouac. S ie is never hap? pier than Will 11 -he is in s n?i|i. il h? ImuhL i'air-to-si e girl?, and during tin ?easoit she has had a su, cession n lovely ?vomi ti as go eta, andal her ?Miui<la\ ali?riii?oi! receptions t was h? r custom toinsile iwellls other prvllical soi del? helles to aid in lier IIUIIKTOU* duties during Mr. Hayes' absence? |u Chilliculhc. I,i-"f.-s?i.r Hr. wer remarks Ihn!, while the effort to exterminate the sharp kill Ittg instinct I'run d?<_"- ha? nol sii.vi . d e.l. it is still true that it is much mon pi'inoiinced in ibe cnn-brcd ami ill i.r. d than in the pun--blooded. ? ??? ? Make the bridge from tit* ?radie to niinhood a? Ion ?; as too tan. I.? I VoUf . ell hlr.'ll be children ?l? liin.'ii? tlnv '. will. I.et them he chihlivn ami not lit ! ap> ?of men ?itifl woimn. (iirl?. whose op i ion ft'>??ut ?uch lb.im? is itlwavs Wim, i?-, say thai ih.de ?s too much ?hut collar and io<? 1 i h- vomi:.' man in the pi'.s.ut fimhioi.? to lUif lUvii' laste? THOS. ILTBl'CBMM. Int ? rc-llnu: Sk? ich off ItW <.?r,.t Im? nf c h) a Hill know n t.urnnali Llerir eian. A err?-?pondent of the Uinclnnal Commercial ha? ?ditaiiied from Up. Kil 1". (..Ililatid :tn int? ii'-iln: atateinen ?reuardhig Tim?. Alv??y Ellison, tin iirefet ele, triciau and inventor. Mr Uillllnnd has Iu en more <d 1. ? - a:id with Mr. Edison since boyhoml ?ltd for three vials, i.c? utlv. vvh itSa ici.it'-,I N ;tli lilm :u '? Ofeiness, II? ?a\s: EdisOD wna horn in Mian, in tin north part ??I ihia Suit . and lib? parenti itiovc i" P- n Huron ic .un. ?bib ne wa- quit? a small boy. H. un? . m? ployed a? a I rain loy on a ? lilrotti run mm? through Port Huron, ii wai while thus employed thai he learn? tl telegraphing. I tir.-i nui him in lr'?:i m ?rhii n Mnhi'iin, where wi were both em ployed fea leu-.lap i operator?, e l?"tli left there ah ui the ?- iii?' il ne. be going i? Iinliaunpolis a\u' 1 cnmiiM t" >- ''s ciiy. He remained only a abort lime in lmh.iii:ip"i.?. and cum lot iiicinnuli. 1 was tin n bounlill'' al the h Via HoU?c, Mr. Ilyams. mm imiuagt-r ol vYimhIY, l.ii.-i'ii ami iiiyat li ... ? ,|- -. A oue room. (Jin day Edia4.il waa r? itin?* ' i llyain.? and my ?ell how. on om nccashiu. while loua? a peilUUt boy. he had lakeU charge ol a locomotive and run the train die entire trip. Tb? eng neer and iii'i .nan In? I liei-u compel!, d to make one or two exira trips, ami had h c ?me completely aorti out. ami wnde oi a aidiut! both engineer and Or m n fill asleep oll their s. ?its, l Ile ? i?l ?iu U tl logo ah< ad. and Edison ? i ib aim. il to uwal .? lit? in. ''in ??a* ui alile in .in s ,. mo, in. rt ,,u pull ? Ut, expel _, J ?? ' aw o ?? aftei .... j ?m in uioiiou. Fan ai_ ? i i? tbinij ?as on o. all i ihl ?i-, ?s a in!, i. Id ami ill In'l d stui tin in. Tin II ; i . .1 one. . ??a? i lia.... 1 ludo tile -oc? II!*. il ill ii'ii ii . o I fu ward 1 "in i us., ?i i o'ni-a ?i imhI or pu b.-ii, or. is ' and ou u : . f Wan Vel'J l?>ll ol i'i'..ii_' nil t?!. i?i.o'ui,. ami had ufle been allowed lo ?lo the ?ame, iiothlli . -.. hi ' r >\ ?tin ad, m muh Mi. the i util ?? trip. < t "in -e bui Vi-r* ' be ?ai ill tin : lie ?? ill uul -;i\iiia th ??lu?n it awav. H I'd : ?oln . "ii mail) ?a . asioiis. ? in.- part of the in.i.'.i.i- i?. .? < tn ?t-i Ins hoy, i he ha o-" i?', pi and .?a? a huh- late. . ! mil that T?>n ??as of a mi Qlinil, aln ha? ?llg il. 1:1} S'ililh 1 i i ii nppr? ? ?ni. al y?iisinitlhiio. -.-.. found n.i. talk about, lie I ?;< am ii a ' "in of 1 ni?? lui .n.'. '.i itli a 11 i> higi ni' us valvi uiotii'ii, ami luid ol scv? ml otlu r iu siiiiious ne had goiieii up. From lili? l? nie for ?vu ! till ???a i.t in link? ring and experimental,. Al Ihul Inn he ... I v ; ? p<i ir fucdilie? ?no ii'nl? vei) huh a| i ur.iiu?, hai inu b) upon ihe "i !. W( ami discanlrd in> r itiu in? ami baiter) Iroiii till .?'.. . In I *?.'.. H In n the Wi ?!' in In...! uthci ? a* ni' 's ? d from F??ur h ami H'..lH"t in 'I'll.I'd ?Uccl, ,?n I. w.i? all old m l of ri'peaiei'K iiut wauled in th? ii??? ..??i'. . and .Mr. Sji< s- o?, t; i iijH-raioi, told hdisoit ..?? i until have t a -m. F . - .1 1.11 un id? a I ?cud I tvo m siiliulluti oils ? .?i i oin m ire. Il<- had maun ii ?jr? ?a m.m.) ?... ; .i <ha?.....,s h. i . atld il dl CApl.tUK'il i ie ,,.?il|,i" i > un t,i ...i>. ' ?o se dra - ....? now m in) poem ?n|im.J Lui up lu Ulis linn- hod in s. r in i o . nabli n lo secure suflli ii lit itppaialil? lo ti ?le il. Iiiituedi itelj U| un <gettiiit* p?'?a ol ihe old I'lpiiiiei" it isas lakeu to In liollie aud pulled lo pieces, ami t.ie ssmk o. toiisiiu. lai j. ;i duple* ??a? b.-guu, ami Win lie.pitted and l. -nil d. ??as fuUlill Lu work precise!) as he expected. Tin lew .'??i i a tor? t" ?i horn .i ??a* ?boa i couhl not in ?l> inland ol ap| ; ? .nn ?i m a? ay bi In vmg il lu be sonn ,i, k. ur ihul i" *a? ??'. ,v no i, m in Al Ibal l.in?- li i? - "i < \ pi a nu. ni iti? u a? um imikiii upon ??m muco lav m . ami in? Imp-?? ??eu ililel (i.ii.i o ol :> .ii_ able i" -,? i a ?. I ol up p.iiaiu? and making a pl'aet.ial Urn ,.p?'ii Uli ?? i. -, I'm m mil? Ills n?, i ..d me ' Xp. : lIU? Ul o,...". ? - ill -. . Ill aUilable i"i pi.n ..> .ii lt.iii?:iii-?ion ? I m. ?-.i_" ?. I?. iu_ slU. i. l'.o. lue| m iti seal.ugwax, und li? d up with - Aii oldcigar-boX. mu?- easily wliittlt-tl ami li.'i.tl willi a gimlet, was uauall.? Lile !-.i?<- fir lonii' uiu.t ihis ?| ' ! i? .n. nial U| [Nil . I have alwa* . ?uni l.ihsi.ii received a lillle ?-in .?ma-,. ?m nt a: in.? im,. fi'i.iu tin i. leiiiapb ? oui? pall} , ili.-y ?? > .<:?! but ?? ? ujoy? ?I n.? t., m ;?i? oi in.- dupli x and quiiilru? I? \ nn live iu eight >? urs ? ai In i i u u ii'1. Edia ?n'? t .n |y kn >>? led? 11? i !iii :iy was largely a< qu red iron? books iu die Mechanica1 Ubrary, which ? n silualad ai .-*. x i ! i and Vim . Mr. .1" llttOll. '- ? l'li-?i-iil l ni, I Op la ior ol ihw IVcali m UiiloU, and m Ihua-t ilaya Hu As?..; mi I - thai m it.? linn * I". I ?...ti would ??i t cs t-" n din? mider pr?teuse of beiug i": 0 work, ami >ai,oils t?iIn r , X\ u?t?? ml iuvariabl) sink,- a bei line : Library, where he would ?p< ml lite ? ? 11 - urr ?las ami i v? iiinj lu n adlll). 1'e l.a Kile'? "i N ad? Miiiu.il, ?ni ?uh nl hit' work' On eleeti I' Ils as ?St n In lie lutd. il? h-it h.ie in |Hf38or 1800. no n. is I', isiiin. where I chatted with him o? - i ?is:on:iH? OVl-f Un win-, II alls al>?nss i -i.il?-? -r.iiiu s in new .us? ni um he lad brought out. He BSVar ?ccuicd to be ?appreciated until he went to New fork where he had been but a short tun? when he was employed by the <.oh Indicator Company as Inspector am Sohe,tor. II?: ?lid not r? main Ion?**; m i .-it apacily. Their Apparatus lime was iu a erad - ?tate nud auseepti?? lilt? of great inijuor? laent, The old appai.ttu? in a ?hort time vvu? entirely sui'iiceded by Ins improvemeui*. au*J nearly th?- w ?d, ?y?t?-m of ^oid and ?lock appaiM'u? t'i-<Iuy laths ur. ? tit:?>u ?4 EdiatiU. These invention-, were rapidly lollow ed by the dwirict au.l dtan?r?ttc tele ?iraph aysttun; type-writers, univeraal priu 1er for private lines; the automatic r.ipidsystem by which a column ol'newa lualler can b?- transmitted over oue ? re in a iii.uute ; the duplex ; the iiuadruple** ; the sextuplex ; the electric P?-nil-1?-phone ; phonograph, aireophone, ami upward of oue huudied autl lifiy ie. nor pu?, nl?. The quadruplex, one of the moat valuable ?>f ni? lUVctitioiis, has come iulo general use on the Western Uuiou I.m s. at:.I a is worth millions to then. tlut owmg to bad inuuagttmeat, or too much haste in disposiufe of it, it has ??.ot out of his control, ne having received only l.iiilj live li.?u?a,ni dol?ais fol it. He has adopted the plau wf ?putting all of bis invention? out to responsible companies lo be manufactured on a royulty. So ne idea can lie formed ol li.? ;u ?. nine when 1 state dial bis royal? ty OH the electric ??leu ahme is front live I? ?ix Ihou-auil dollara per annum. L'util llii'i ??? y .ais ago lie carried ?m au e\uu?.vc luauufuclUTiUg coticefii in IN? vvaikN.J. At tllUefe ha has employe?! I i. e buudred bauds iu the inamihtciuie ol t. le.rapb and electrical supo?ie*. i tin buaim sa occupied loo; f Ida I III? . 'li ?! 'C? ll ?i lO n? : ote .?iii.r lime lo hi? laboratory and iu-l s. ni,nus. In i ?nil r lint! he might work undo mt kctl. it >? a? iiiought advisable to mo? Perth Ambo? wa liint ?i-lecled; !-ui lie decided a luore ?e . ?pol .?a? dcn.iablc. ami selevte M? ni" Park ?shich contain?about Iweii i y ? i i \ A- inhabitant?, as the iiioal suitabi plat ' . and on li.e top ol a hill, rentot from all oilier building? -m dwelliugs.hi laburamr) now stauds. 1 succeeded ?V nia maiiufactmina( buaim as, which wa ?Vid to Meiilo Park.but occupic? a ?i ?'.irate I uildiug, mie-hall mile awa] from lb? laboratory. He ha? in his la iioT) all the kuowing chemicals an? ml?, and a collection oi apparatus nient? ol precisian, model? aii( niachiiiery, together with a complete 1? iirurt, which coathuu upwards of s bun? , dis.Hid Iloi .il?. Il proposed lo have, am'1 presume lias had m?siiuclcd tire-proof vaults fol ki i ping his papers and records. A dal? I) record ol all experimenta la kept. which ia dated and signed by hlrasell ami OsKistaiila .?it the close of each day'? ?oik. lie has live assistants among ? honi is Mr. Charle? Uatchelor. a very chaUIC, who was scut to this e ?unir) from Euglaud to superintend t h -. ttio** up and adjusiiuo of the an? t"in.?t'.- thread aiacbinery for the Clark i ;i'i tvorks; al?o two Swiss,very skill* fui AorkiUfU, Tin- article which appeared ?n tla N ?? Vork Sun concerning bis first ap? pearance in Uoaton I believe to b? ??nail) t'Xag?;erat4sd,in respect, at lea?! lo iii. peraoual appearance. I wa? personally acquain ted with bh ti i.ii?, and know that they ?vt-re in crooii c I'eiiiiistaticts. His ninth'r. who I? now d< ml, ?sa? .in educated aud accoiu pl.?heil I.id?, ami Would lutrdly allowed h.ni t.? niai l otf lor ii.iii'in. dressed as ? d. II ? was, and is vet. ver) i.iii le?? .u regard t? hi? appearance, hi? ? and util Is being usually stained .? i ii ,i, iiiical? hui he is tt> ver dirly or ragged, as siat ?lbs the BtMtamiaa. 1 read in to-day'? Commercial that the English Government have otl'erd him (.?'.li.iM.il i tor bis a tvophone if be per? il 'ti- nliai is claimed lor it. Ile bas au elegaut hoiiie.a liamlsou will audlWu interesuno little childrei il .? 1...1 a cranky ' l?>u--iaired ?uvei i??i. I.ul all ?it Ills pl'oilu? lions are II i -mi ?il luinl W4irk. I thmk ail w , al lin- lu?) Wno n few y. ai? a. , a ? .ivu.i .n lh< Vit ?i? an L'ut?' T ii ??rapli o the. liai dime pretty well. I lav? uriiiiii i;.h?on.asking perm .? ?..m to make and exhibit hi? most r< cent invention, the plitwograph, ? iiit-mai ??Hie. ami exp? ct to ex il n i al li . o? XI meeting ol the En-cir.? ly. altout the Ml "t April. ?? ??? mm Il?i\v iVumky Pays.?Some year an we bad in oureiiiplov a man. who sevi ral tinu? in the ?lay. ran out of tin i,lb,-, to buy a think of whisky. Ever lime he want out the cashier wa? m ?tin. t. il t>? drop ten cents into a drawei to our ? redil. At the end ol seveiiteei moil lbs the mall who had ??une oui m ? ?n? n liad drank himself out of a ?guot situation ?and lire drawer, wnen out-ned. ?v.t? loiinil to contain four hundred au?, n m- dollars, winch he loaned to t young mechanic at s. v? u percent, in? ter? ?t. He used u to purchase a set ol turner's tools. Un the 1 Jill of Feb? ruary. Is7(3. he returned it with interest ?.iv m-m Ins letter that bebas now a w :t?-. two ch'ddnu, ami properly worth ..??? tii?'u?:md dollars The other fel low i? a bummer. httnUng for foo?!. ? ??? ?? - It ?.?a bad plan to divide* a seittmn int?? ioo inituv heads ; lor thi? rea???u, ihal th. re may be ? oiisiderablc difficulty ou the pail of the ci'?ii^re?,'atioH Unding for all O? Ibem. Pr.'iich.r (to hoy in the atreet)-My hiileinau. IsyoOT falliera L'Iiriatian? H ?y?Yes, ?ir. hut he ain't working ai n much lately. ? ??? ??? 'lin- m ?- b. lore pi? a?ure." aa the man -a il who kissed his wile before ?oing ta ?et? hiaaweetbeart. SHK.VAX??.lll BEBAU) i ?IT ort i-lila l-ittf-t: i..ment*will be lniefted ?t On? Dollar , per fvisre of tea lines, or less, for th? first in?er ' t:on, tnd SO cents for each tubeequent Insertion. ; Culee? the nnmber of insertion* be marked npoa the msnnscript, It will be published nnttl forbid and clisrjfil accordingly. Notices in the iocsl colaron trill be inte led s ' double Ihe advertising rites. I Adveiiisemenli for three- in tutu* or longer will be Inserted st lower-rates r-1?' . ..' _! I Pllsriai. in-.aige Gn ' ii appeared at a hoii-i M Third street at midnight, and in stead of knocking On the door he pouuded on thcsklc of the boos? until the proprietor raised an apoer ?vindow and shouted : 'Who in Halifax. Nova Scotia, arc sou and what m Halifax. Nova Straits fie j j want'.' '1 asalto be au angel!' was tb?j thk-t reply. '1 he householder picked about fuur tsefl feel of lb?- barrel of ail old shotgun out of the srindow, and backed it up with such blood-curdling threats that (irec-n walked oil'. He wai absent about fifteen minutes, giving the citizen time to get nicely settled in bed. when he turned and pouudiug oa tie: house, agaiu called out : 'Fire! Fire!' 'Whoa?what?where is the flre? shouted ihe citizen, as lie leaped out of lied ami ttirci? up ttre ?rindow. 'In the iiiferual region?!' was the sober reply. '.See here, you jld rial-headed hyciu; I'll ?hoot the top of your skull oil' it you don't s-alter oui of ih:s !' shrieked the iiidii-naiit citizen. T?will?scatter!' wa? the short reply and Green look a walk arouud the curuer. The citizen was beginning to dream when he In aid that sanie old pounding on ihe side of the house, and a voice cried out: ?Awake! Awake!' 'I'll kill tnu'.iii.iu assure a? I'm a sinner !'howled the good man a? he left bis bed once more, but as he rai-cl the ?ash a thick voice asked: 'Didn't sou say )ou\| ?hoot the top of mi skui ! ..il'-' ?? s, i .,.,?. nu i [ ?,i).)?- ti L..- *a??c-d m ;??" ;: I dun I 11 .1 '.' 'Hadn't )ou just aa lief p ?.?.?ii mer' teiiih-rl) askid tii?.- intruder as he looked up at the gan. All tin? wa, known to the Court and when he walked out he was asked : ?What is your business.' 'I am a pilgrim, sir,' was the meek answer. 'Good * They want you at the Hou?h of Correction to put ths St*?*, teuier tints on varaudah chairs. Vou will please step up there for ihret moiilhs.' ?Wouldn't?it?be?advisable?for? | me?to ?ride. ' slowly asked the prison ! er as be backed away.?Detroit Fret i Prest. Only Plain ?mllh. "'?S ho is that?'' asked lirowu of Jones, a? Smith passed by hia store. 'That ?s Mr. ?Smith,air." replied .'??tie?, "ami 1 will bet you the c?t?ar*i you can't spell his name." "I'll take the bet." quickly rejoined : Brown, casting a glance towards the | clouds with a look of scholarly wisdom as he ?'omplaceully removed a fresh Havana and puffed from his lips a clou?! o? 'blue smoke that floated in wreath* and curls over his head. "Smith? S-c-b-m-i-d-t," was hi? first effort. "Try again." "S-e-h-m-i-t." "Wrong a!?aiu." "Well, u ain't S-in-y-the, for that i spells Siny the." "X,>."' "Now I have it ; S-c-h-iu-i-tl." ">o sir; you ve missed it again.and I have won the cigars." "Well, then. I give :t up." said Brown. "How iu thunder do you spell it then?" "Easy eunuch? I spell Smith? S-m-i-t-h." "But that." said Browu, witk a look of iunoceiil suiprise, "is plain Smith. "Certainly," replied Jone?, "that's what I said?plain Smith." Brown geo?Jf relighted bis cigar aud ?calked back into his office, repeating as he went. "Schmidt, Schmitt. Smith." Chrl.ilaa Frlletr.hl-?. These that love the Lorl's service i aturalls associate with kindred spirits, wit i 'hose tl at fearllim and keep lea pice? pis. These two f, atures identify i i" same character ; as cheerlul obi di? ne?'is si ?ray s the fruit of filial fear. !"i ..-. tin ii. are the I. rd's people ; and ? ' il m ? n fact union with , .,. Soim '.a.ia s t:,.. ?..i.. tj of the iviin? d and intelligent of Una world may o?- umiv ennjeiiial to nur natuial Liste, lint ought there not lo he a re?iraiwt h- re '. Ought not the Christians to ?as ?' urels the fi-arof G???t i? not in His par;" and "?houlil I love them that hite the Lord." Let those ot u? who live in close, and toa certain deL'.ee ! necessary coi.tict with the world, sub? ? ject our hearts to an evening scrutiny M n this subject. "Has the society of ] this day refreshed my soul, or raised my j heart to spiritual things ? Has it pro? ? moled a viatchful temper? Or has it ? net rsther 'quenched the spirit' of pray? i r. and restrained my intercourse with 'l.tid.'" To meet the Christian in or? dinary courtesy, uot in unit? of heart, is i sign of an unspiritual walk with ?Sou. Fellowship with (?od is "walking in the liiibt." "Fellowship wild oue aimtlnr ? is the natural (low." The communion j of the ?ain's i? the fruit and effect of ' communion with God. A Yocnu Tkachek.?A striking In? ?stance of the ingratitude of pohticaus waa recounted by Mr. C. W. Bardecn, in sn ar'dress upon the defecla of our pahlic shoo! system before the Conven lion of the Slate Association of Sel o ?1 Commissioners audCit? Hopermtendeut at L'tica . A politician in one ol the : Hudson Hiver Counties wrote ta the i School Commissiuer of his district. ?ay : mg.in eff-ct: "I have a daughter. Elora, vim will be unable to attend tV- exam nation of teachers. Pl<-sse send ,t cer? tilicals of the tirai grade by return mail, and oblige. Smith." Smith was obliged by return in til, and the nexi issue of the ?lapera eonttined the eorrespondeuce and a copy of the ci-riiti ajfjj i**u??d to M?as Flora Smith, a young lady, not quite two vaar* old.