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-rfji't; tits i worn' mnsonents fa A 1 & !'.i'tJ f-lAi i; NUMBER' 18. mxms, y )Q i ! h B I,. 5 1 '9 ETERloTtESDAT. t.rt-fi n! tm wr Him i.'cim "' l DTOFFICS Wert 9Uf Jfafc Strtet tw 4lort Nrth of Th MonKM.a&k. 1' W X OhoopT,it month.'" ' ' "'? B78 t3JrSaMcnp6fti& Woomraetioed at ay Ott gntra. ai) week, ' JT 00 Eac1t lueeauent insertion for fite wwki, 80 On mntnL'wl mahWlftM.3 rSJl 6n eqaare, ttiree months, r frt amiinL nix monthft. . . 6 00 7 00 WOO. Una eigbtn column, tnree monuus One eighth column, gix jngnthi, : jite eighth eolnnm, one year, One fourth column. 0Q6 month j 10 00 15 00 to 00 7 60 tWfekB:tjorttilhwe montli. t M 00 Otfl lojMW olin,' tU .30 00 Xhie fourth column, one year, W 00 tJtfelHiTr 'A4iBt'ainonthr-u -? if l 00 t)hVltf WjUmn, thfeeonth,-" ,r.a 80-00 tWhofWnii.'eneTiiM','' 'fl -'t W 00 t)W'belor,W!ei 1 tf -IkIO 00 Oti'oOlainfiL bti kronth.-' ft .t;onaim-15 00 One oolnmn. three jwmh.'" f!;""-f5j 00 One eolnmn, six (aonthflf TXST - 45 00 One colinn, one yerr . -. i.. 00 t3TI'l adTertienwcnargea at the rate fifir cent ft each nbeinetit InBertioit; ' v ' AimnifitnActft or KxeoatoiV Attachment iagBoad NoUoea; 3 00.:,. ; V: jipca; KoUcea, pet line, 4rt ' Jnseracm, 10 erota. anj.ftre centi per line for each additional ATTORN EXS. riTKftl 10LU8TM . ; . . JTOttHTSi Jttt or fi d x'-iralt La , -ra fWOODsriELr t)Hiov':B- WnTprtctic iaVonroo and'aajbining oons tlec " ; ,a iteb20,,7Tt. t i - 1 .. I t r , OKEY A OIIEY, ATTOBNETSTAT LAW. WOOSFIELD, OII0.! Oker. v wozu,iT, rtipsi!f4tAnf4 a vftnB,m( A T TO E N E VM A T e ; L A W an. REAL .ESTATEAQENT, (OlBoe npitain in the Goart Booie ) Pr$. Aitarneg. '. JU. ' ..'.' UM!iiifiClaiia- Agents, S"J WOoD.SFlEtl70HIO" pr3S,74. A. J. Paaaaoa.... -;.'....Jo W. DoaaatT. at.'a t( litw weaU ,r.rf xisnii noCT'.'tOi ;f:fPEAR$OW "-Jb DOnEItTT, .rJ.i Wlty ytaetjka ta Hoarot tad adjotnlnf eopor Uatwl. ttrK). -MMA t!i;li ',-. llj7a.W'- " 'II ; ,..1' .'J J;1 I i' !" 'T- w.r. iovraa... v, p, pamabt V ,efnr.0 ni fef li-i "fP0 ttjicabOtniiawesL comtr r nouo,. t(Qpr ! WOODSFIELP iOHIGi.Uim( oantiea. .5c aprlS.Siti1 ' j o u zji riozori a . iTn ' J rr . taaaaw 1. . f . it.oCv7 ncQ R sj 1 ciev i iJLTTORNEYxAT LAWai m OOci,PIKrfl OFCtt nviLDixc, tot itf.: CUlCllfXJiT-OILLQi n.j v.m ritOCUaUO Piiilas for ;8oUUer,' ob. Xn facrtk HMri ditaitldd by dlMaxe, b traotMla Oaltaa But. torrid ualaa, .for Widows and Minor, of fcdldidrs' who- Ale tlaaaM ontra4to(i,4a4 lanraand Ponaioevt for Inealtda who bare -frowa nraaail Writa him. All Soldiers of 1913, who sorrel 1 days and their widows, whenever married to tlutaa, a-aa xiow'r'e't Pension!.' br wrltlnr to W. llomiticK.'Pike's Opera BallOjn'c.CUaoinnatt, luoO - Tl'IU" 14 W Q3a-fir8,-ff ;I.Eit ,l O H i a, Trh oxUidUd-witkoRt palm b? the fts f 4 areas oxide or laaghin gks. QTOfioo over Pops & CastlnVs ilit SUro. toaSS'75T. XV, FQT,E UrtOl. D. r4aaa), Memrox County, Ohio. T. lsY ARMSTRONG. M, D Physician and Hnreon (JfOfieo over Pepo 4 Castle's drag store QOLt'irl e fr w -- cr' "'a I-T..T 1 May ke found at his reildeaooin ;0iaxs( ftofo. Franvl A- Uta4 tl. Offloe next to. Henry k i ""-Phystcii, nd, ;8argeon;; aroe AUrfrsns'iarosipa; atuaded Jakarta. tb lay or BlxhU.-. rtb239. , mi nil. . I. P. FAIiqUIIAR. ITI. 1. nr Physidatt-; j-and ; Sttrgeon,. i Office and residence la the tlrkhrile property, aria g JocaUdat the above (laoo, of era his ryfedaletvtl. aerTloea,. where ..ho, hopes, by .clone atUntioa to, basiness'.to peril; pnblio eonfldeBee and patronage. y, . , ' ChrealO OiSSftSSS will recetre special atmtios. riillLISIIED WW1 1 FORD'S RAPlCfttrcORE FokCATARRH. at ,1 ApureJj Vbffehblt tflttniatlon etrtlrtty I v v unlike art OtliW felhedief.-' '.' IH th preparation of thlrMrkiible remedy every berb, uIihiVV lutJccU 4 to dmilUtloo. kenl7 Ibe ewUl-nitlltlprlac)pIh obtained la Capor, coiideiiat'4 Mxt holtlta. VnM rematna la the till it loert, valaefrae, ai toftliy anflt Iter aaa la an orawBlntrfW'rtehcate t Tet alt nnita are Inaoluble rompouoilu( wood litre J ail Ub tarea, (atarated aolnUuoei - tl i local and eonrtltotlotiiil remeAy, and tt applied to um! paMaveal Unulflntluo. tutu allayluf Inflim UOft ftM'aain a.ul aa eaea eorreeUiut. efeaaalML maipiWyiux tUea. c rrttaaa. InternatLr adnUB UUreS, it acta upon the vrckni ( elronlittonkeera the ill itatMk,mA ae.irelfn.theoiit pauonihtt hasfoaBd lia T Intrt tH iiomach an! theAe rnro tn eJooiLXaaa on 'in4)ri:aw M aan Khwottona, and U eet aot arna Buwtbie T haataa iasasaltl W dTo a awre rational Ueatmcnfti .7 . . : SDRPR1SIEB CUHE. : 1 aVMiwa.-Abotit telv teaM axe, ertule trareU llajr itn Kath a tenorainacr, I took a eTre eeia aa vat law as at nv Ki uip-a via reikawoneen impi aa iKee-ark, K.J. YaiaeoKl branglttua aeeTere attack of tatarrn,e;iucn 1 oatueawna iTfinowareiuTOivc arlve lone ep a Ninon poniou " rr,u'" " one, vaaoie 1 vsnal!owtaaitn. :Tft (t uc o( Iuid1.lt uivtiuiuil oritur! nd inrouoo Kmitlre u the .VABld bHuvi I ! ro;rtr.. in tlll T 1 coniinuea w h uAunirii'.t'MMmntl evr hk wt ttrrlbl. t broKratrd.. In thU war I cont tlnued to iferrd ths m .at cxcrorlailni- psla In ry bean, vat to k.. h i aula t anaak. asd Convnea 4 enmMloa,aKd 1 firmly belle, ra thithad tbre aymp. toma coiitlrioed a-lttKro rHf tin .ae -rea. dered tae a eaey Tliim,,hnjB Ula diftrrtalnr condition, Jeoniineneeu Wm: .fni:' Radical Cut roe C an.wy ralartautly J eoefravaalhjd trid ail ibe trrtled reaieol wulioul b- neflt. Th firet doae of endfnl iilc! b; rrralcv relli-r.' . la aafdly pwelblfor one wboac head acbra.rret arhe, wtio cao acarclT aplenlita dunreily .MM.ni uhMirihtf aMiTablKr)eM.hi aa Vnreau torealiiolvttr ii.arb MirUoWaliied fnwi the tnt ap- wtnelnttttat-rnal aarnkirpldlyjKOTerd, and.l.r en accealoanl of Hift remedy ttnee. baTe b-n anHrrly free .' Catatth, f tbe flart UDe la ,a,eTJrei, in "'!-ilih t-.A if.. ' kiy. Hi flOLJKOOK. . i TTiiTniJL M.vai.. Jan. iTlSTl 1 '.V.-V imrtthiawH Hie -KaManrt Cmt at CKO. X, t ttwaa..p. Ainmgaw. niuM"'" Mwtwhviijj, :i,l C1 Earh packxirr ewtatne Dr-fianford"! Tmprored InhaV Iok lt.. ab rail dlri-ctior. for ue In all enaa. r'riee.aiiiOv VoreaU byall ICeoldraTbendKeMB 1 if.i u-.nliit the Pnlfed tHatee , and Canadaa. WKFKSTarOTTER, ffeatrai AfeaU Vjiui TTfcoleeale 11iirKltoii,Jl8.j7 . r- . . COLUflS' a- iTs....!.'!!,;! 1 IDE An ti ecirtKJiIvnnlo Battery oomblaed with eI WnM M'ninat erl Plastecfintalninr (ha k choiceat' medicliist 'turns; and .Balsams I .fknowajto .modern -f harmacy.r; -T-i i 'Tbee1lieTi ham ioe'heen before the pablie for ' t year, and, aotwUeataiHlUMf the Iquienae tuuuber ' ot remecliet la the turm of luUmenta, . lottoui. paio rnrvra. anil ordinary planter, tbey kae eteadHy In j creaard la "h and a.rl aril ft oulreiaal approTiU aa. erideireed by over o-a tb' tttand nusohciied testlmo ' niala la oar poe colon. Many re., arkable cue t bur t certided to by erell-kuown eltixene In all paru ' of the I'nlt.d Mttra,cupTeofvhtcb vlllbeeent free or chart I'.enTeue ralrria; Virtu. Jaiprorementa, : In many erar, bav keea made. 1.1 au;rttcd by ex t perienee aad einHl It nvbetleveJ tliat they are now i perfee la eecry ranect,.an4 lffut plasurtn Me ! wvw-u otff-MrtiWtr. All ere" aak Irani rrery auoVrrr la the landleaal.eie trial. The price li S cesta, all boncb, th enat It doable t -ut of any other aleeter. Bat, i.ot- Hetailla- the tforta of Ute amarleioni to man ine 1 ilmllur remedy can t honitht, nnmb'r of anaenpa 1 loo d-tdemwitt be fodad rrdy toeiiiarepteaent them j foreWAc tnottce and endSr or to eabalUnte other. ' iiiBotaaovyoeneUtoalmpoaedasoa. akfur, . a tli worm lor the leaet money, any 1 comas?yyflLiapiASTER- AAftlaaletaMtlngirtiat7 are Tilling to nay for.. ' Sold by all Whole ale and Retail Drerrlrt thrxnfb ont th United Bute and Canada, aad by Vuu dl roTTaa, Propria tore, Borton, M ana, PLASTER " '"- v o-- AV"'" f 1 AT AT KF Ti f . A XtA O U 1U A Ji U 11 , J ii V7 . . aaTnTmnaT n n T n v Capital- .-.--$500q. U02 Ltfr7Loe. fLlFM. T. V. martik, CAuAur. v . . SC:. .- s prasmas. " .C.MIUC8. 8 II 00X71. s SblABBTJCK. ' . T -, ISAAC. tUTCH, - ra rr , - " . il,,.,. ?( stfiAaffs S Docs A' Cenerul- Bankin? . Basisess. OiTiaat w .i.,tia cofidi.'t Id V,;' fLr't - - U. f-r."!' "'".f '1 Hit o P. Oolloctiotin Mid a h avllHvPo.mts, .d ,J ''' Wvfe3 0l ijA 'l ' bir."-T. r.Tir ?:.' sins, no DAT KIT.. 7 J Vf '- ,4' lijl ttl lio f.1101 '.' .,-) ttr.otS JU;i O; A", A Arrf . .000 0OC?3 " -J S. L. Ioohkt,. Wk-Bbakdmobb, F. iV -5l .u i jjiT4UM 1 11 n..i..;-.A .-'..li.'iiai JT.r .-Zr:.. 'Biascioas: ---i"-- 8-L. Moosbt, .,! Wx EbAbduqai 4ii-lr!ff tigl'' ' r Jamks Wat jo Ma 7iterai. aaZ-ina. Buitet$ ... 1 i .1... -. Z ' i. - i i " i.fi;o.-i,.i 1 n - IjjVS 5 J - a ok- Interest paid oii Special Deposits afajko oolloeyoeiaon ts promjiUy. . ... T-..- BiSKiRQ Hours jbox 9 ak."tq 3 p.ii a rt POINTING and GRMlM A?. r--.i.n is,: ... .,' : r t jh' ;.',,A-r.'''i' ..'j i..-. t-j dkr'H. OALS8, .tho irid Painter of Fram&ehrcCafftAg Mannfaotoryarnea" rille, has opened a shop in Beallsrille, Ohio. fHf ts Jrpared-i0 exuoote alt kinds of Paint- lnvnd QraJntDf Ja t pest style. Painting ,aaa, ims i ui i tv i. 1 1 HJ . 1 1 i( a 'ill .if tJft'li' .i - t-u " .-p'-J l!1lllllll .III '11 .I.HII .1111. .1 JIa. F. . JBIIttlXlIfiAP. I Iiif S IF?l X"K G E ik Q E T , AGEH3 TOE Tt ILLOWtsg TOMPAKIES. sMWf:0y;e,liie. ' Cersmarn wlnisecllsaa-. W.Tau ;plilT Trnierif, of JUfl Roy.Olilo. janell78T, .T.f'.Si'VKd Tajf,nnierslfOd, hiyint; been appointed WOtary I'ubllc", wOnM Inform H Jrlends, ahd the public generally; -that' ho is prepared to 811 Pensloaefs Blanks,1 admin. fVr Oarus,' .tako 'Depositions 'aoknowMgo Deeds, Mortgages. And other MostrnmenU of writing. ' V V HN JKFPBRS., aprlJBr. 'Beailsrllle. Monroe Co., Ohio'. '-f a if"! '! 10 I. ,. ....... .!, Hoses Croker,-1 Pawnbroeri 1- BI MART KTLK DALLAS. kloses Croker kept 7a"pawnrokef'8 ahbp'i 'hwa's aa dingy a platte as could bei!n,aginetT; fit Was tn A ahabby alreet, and shabby people patfonfied it rbrUhe most part. Miserable women with red noaetvahawls over their' beads. : and bou lies nniei their arm itepped Into' Mo sea CroketV b tbeioi way i t the; gio ahop to'Mwn tb flat irona. i-The.dia- iaatd .mechanic left at Crok ir'i.ifMiL. oox. or;toiT:niai .uafaouid have won nraaa for rbl. tamily, in ordec that be tnisht make ft more perfeot beast ot bim- 'seU-fuTt one njght;; cVice, 00,'vhe duwu- mil road,, pawned, its, shabby, finery at Croker ., Barslar'a' found tb'eir way 16 Croker a pow ahdthen; aneak ihifves, dishonesty servants., Crokir r sbu't. hi eyes and pretended to himself stliat, they were all honest folk. In distress. J f Oace'DtoseB Croket had .been a joung man. laire nad not been without. lis sweetness.' its romance to bim ; he had Joved' arid wooed a bretty Jewish eirl. with eyes of black 'Velvet and lips of coral: and lie'had alwavs been asrood bosbana to ber J but she died, 4Ad Tiet black eyedlljahy with' her. r 1o iS tM ! t . alive' in the heart of Moses Croket J lie had given himself over to money-making and despising mankind m Men and wo men weretd him only lha proprietors, of pledges they could or could hot redeem He tad fieither friead nor eoapaoion To those days , when he had more .tender feelings jno?e amiable impulses gentler emotiqtp,. Mosest aJluded as-r" in , m : : :"Wheij J.iras y9rR and a fool.-V , : 1T0 any) plea for mercy and pawnbro kers; often hear suck praysrs, he replied Invariably: ,(..; 1r.Ct'Js 4Do jou think m a fool T 7 , J . ,T , Sense was making inoneyi follylostng ar penriy one tould come at, with Hoses Croker. ',:.4',; : "t J'f . Uhfl .rjar', b daik Novemfer day, Mo ses having tent' his shop-boy home and put on his tea-kettle, was abont to make his supper of some fisb, stowed In oil, which nBimniered n,lhe sauce-pan, some breadrand: :so'n)e coffee. ' The shop was left to itself: and sitting over his stew' eu uaa out iupses wroser grew iqvr ppir jted apdwent" back In memory to long ni '!l' ''J 1 . a ' 'a. rst.-i i j ago ; ne rememoered minam nis wire ana ber dark beauty: the child with Its round eytS at her knee; he' fancied her nowltV ' ngt a pretty, martrop, dressed very Bnel Yes ' she Yhonld , 'have been' finely dress ed ;. ' and" the child a youne' man to help; In 'the, business and, lake it after a while.? In every Jewish heart i a dtsjrc to he a Patriarch in bis old age " ' " "Yes, there , would .have been many children now, said the old man. "Here I should have sat amongst them j bul she died, and I have no wife,'na son " 'He5 felt a carious" contraction of the throat; bis eyes, burnt ; something hot and salt -ran down 'his cheek into his moqth ; he was trying Wi' '-'- "jusf at tnia instant MtiDKie ' went tne belt i: be ' alTowed ' ft to tinkle! tin noticed for a moment; then be mopped his' eyes with a "red. bandkeccuief'aad went into the. abqp. ,ln one of the'eompartments in wnicn genieei poverty niaesiiseu as a pawnbroker's' he . saw i mana gentle man in appearance, tall, dark, graceful: bis left hand, Targe and white, lay on the counter; ton the little poger shone a dia mond ring.'" l:"lv ; - V"'1 hiV , cyxae ugnyoi xne Kerosene lamp me oawnbroRer peered at bis enstonrer. Welir he ' said '"what can 1 do rot you, sir? w!kw;!.m1 The pustpmer did not aniwer,and M,o cause r am atarvinm I came in to bawn this ring ; I Add j I cannot do forgive He turned to e6 : Moses.1 orbrnDted bv somi motive which' te, did 'not attempt ekndkla WA AaallWVlf til A ArVaaf tea Tim -i-J r ."aVV.'besaidrTPtf.can'aypar ,,"My 'wife!, gave ,it to me and U dead.r;,-i u.y.f ,., Wilh. these words, returned to Moses the dark face of Miriam, most beautiful i ill 1 iS. i ' - .l iL! or an women in uis eye, me oniy iuid he had ever truly loved ; be felt himself chofcing ' again; and acknowledging that uc, nil uowiviiij' a ivuiauaimuucui nio1 dotn for a short time. 'Look here," be said clutching the ii. stranger fast and speaking thickly; 'look here ; I know About thavil bad a wife she, tod, is desd.,r Oh. bhtshe was a flue woman a' fine woman a beaattfuf woi rrisii.1' Wait,' my dear: ad, ton shall not pawn the ring'yotH wife gavs you; will tdake' you; a loan without security, and yon can pay me when yon canij-r Here!? i He dragged -open bts money diawer. and with trembling hands took oat a five dollar note; be named the interest on the sum'.Ji'f ei-nf-i Jfliwi.cji too i"Yoti will pay me when you ati,V, be said. "You are a gentleman ; I see that i The: stranger! ,; turned- flushed and troubled face toward him.". , u .' i d -. :.iMay God bless you,", he aaid ; "if live yon shall .be repaid.'!: iu; . Zi ("And meanwhile,!' said Moses Croker !"som nice fish, stewed in oil, Is burning On the, tff ove, and there is coffee enough for two: take supper. with ne W! -c; ' ) An. unwonted, scene followed ; tMoses Jll L.J' i Lt 1 Jt il ooing urn uimivs pi. uia poarq, u a guwai When they . parted be , knew that , the stranger hsd been a soldier,. f.n4 that he nad uopea 01 itHura prosperity,,,,,. : , .-(."That. js" said f Moses,', as he barred bis .door, and., began, to regain bis nor mat condition jOi mind- float 18, ihe does not lie. which is most imeivj. . Tqi Jong while .Moses called htinself. a. 1901 every nigui ; ai issi, noweyer, i,ue money returoed to hfm, with Interest, and ..very gVatelut n6te.u I Mr. Croke'r re joiced. ' ;;', t 1 .1 j V V-' ' , l'IJul herfacll8 the same,'! heVremark. ed:,'"It is orify a fool in luck' for once " Ha never loahedmoney witboufsccu SK; . Tlqwaal, kr .M: poWa'a . BoiiJ...ated nty again, and ne grew very ncn in tne course .of many' years, ' ontilat last, it taine tb'his. mjnd to Speculate; - 'Specr ulation ia'a rock op whichf many-staunch easels go' ashore. Oneday Moses foiirid hiinseif penhiless He r was ruined", and btV. hie own' act!' '' He' was now a very old tu'an, and1 there wai no hope left him He fell ' ill, and liad to go to a "hospital. His : name came' before a patron of the V. ' i' ;'f.:'l hospsi-a .taU,',dark'ge ltleian., who nad. oeen , a , soiaier ana Josan arm inr batlle.He reacl it; as he did so his. cheek flushed and.be promised that soraetbifig should, be fdona. for the poor pawnbro ker ' ' ! 1 .That .eyening ..men came in A carriage for Mosea Greker., ihey' brought air pil lows, and (blankets and carried him to a 8ne mansion in a handsome street ; there' they laid bim on a splendid bed.'.' A gen tlernan. dark haired, dark-eyed, with an empty sleeve, bent'iover bim; "This is not a hoapUal V . faltered MV ses (Jroker. . . . . , , "KoJ' repliedUe other, "it.is not1. St fs ahome yQur homp while J cm liVe. Moses Croker,' dant you.'kiow'me?",'" ; ynaqger... aant oioges. , ba were you fifteen years ago, , said the,. genibleinan'Toii. remember ,the man tq whom jou left 19 cberisheiJ ring to vhom'.joa. loaned, money without Security J, ' 0e( jis pot ungrateful. , .That' little, sum helpe,d him to regain a stand-Ina-place. on earth; now he'offers yoii.a ! Moses Croker .poind only gap', ; ; , : ''You are too good,'. be said by and by. 'I havn't thanks enough"' , : And in that happy shelter Moses, Cro ker lived' out the jest of hs life a sort of patriarchy aftejr U. fevered by his patron, ( who Judged hU whole character by that one samptejie hadliad of it, re- at'Hm he said often to himself, 'All my wisdom went for nothing, but Once" when I was b fool-("brought myself, luck," af ter .awhile new thought abopt tolly and wisdom came Into bis soni ; a gratetul friendship filled his heart; and. he learn ed to love his friend s boyi as.ne might. his own n And he had grown to ba what he would once: have called a very foolish man, when one day he laid down hia head "upon his pillow, in the weariness of old age, lifted it smiled, aaid "Miriam" then alept forever; Un Amiilf- . I :t-'lt i ,T pi.f.-; "" ' Gambling for Human LiieV ' , But perhaps the most tragic, pouUhar rowing scene that , ever to jk . place at a gaming tab's transpired at '. public house in, Port ai. Prince aameyeira ag-. Sev eral parties were waiting about Che room I for the game to commence. Amoog the crowd, 01, loiterers was aiptaio a'. Every, a noted gamester, deadly duelist and well known roaa of. pluck. Some one spoke np," Who'll,, play?" "1 will" said th.e. Captain ,or French rrig&te, .which had jmt arrived in the har bor, and seixinz a dice box threw fto . win or lose the amount of ft small sum of mon ev that then lav uDon the table. He was ignorant ot the stAksto. be played' t- , .yilonsienr fjommannant, you. nave won," aaid Captain St. E erv pushing to ward him several piles of ' gold. " Astonished at the sight ot jo much weahhthe Ciptatd .drewbsok, saying: Gentlemen,! should bi wanung not only in common honesty, bat even in good manners, werello appropriate the sums, the winning of which I never expected in the least ,degree,f for I thought,t't.;,was playing fot . the trifling : siwe , Jviflg on the table. I;can not,lberefore, take the enormous aumaamvowa by right.!' "Sir," said Captain SveryaTyou must take it for if you had lostyuu would have been obliged to pay tne same sum' -o j c"lea are mistaken s.r. u yon think, so do not conceive my honor, endangered in reference to : paying : a'debt of honor which I never .p Btracted,nor in refusing to accept of so large a sum which! never expected to Win;'!:, Trii;.i .-...3 ; ; 7 ."Monsieur le Cimmandaat,"., shriek ed Captain St. Every- raising his voice to the highest pitch," '"if ,you ha I , lost yu should have. paid,.;; I would have . made iThis was fire, to the gi)npowderinteod ded to provoke ghaiiengs, and it accons phshed its purpoe.J.!"Sr, said (Japtain SW;Every:.!fJ don't wish, totakftoy ad? vantage 01 yon which my acknowledged ability da.the.Bse of. the sword, and pistol gives jne, so I.offer you (terms of equal "Being u's a pistol here at once, loa V it, stnd tne chance of the. dice shall determine which shall bio at ttmthscV brains out." "Agreed, said-the . notaing-dauated frigateiCHmmandant,-i e'l'.ViVAiv. ' A shock of horror- ran through the velft s of lb "assembled crowd at: the bar-. parity of the bioVd-curdlinzan dr.'' Some shrank from the r om others, af ire har dened iff the sights -of horror, crowded nearer the gaming table,perfeotly co&niz; ant of the desperate character of St. Every and inwardly lauding the .bravery' of the unknowns :'vf rs jj x--,c? i. u Each party examined the pistols -iTbe naval captain first-threw the fatal dice. .: He'threw eleven i'--A c .; T .. ..v 'A good throw," sail Sj Efery, hol ding for a moment his own; "the chances are howiit'iyour favors bat listen, if it turns oat as H appears to me it will, that fortune favors you and not me; L wish neither merey nor pity, as I. Would think either a 00 ward who would spare the oth er.' &f.;c:A ib- -i.-.vo '.khi'v Sir 1 need your, iropartinent; remon strances to back me neither now .nor at any other time," replied the command ant .- St-Every took the box and threw fif teen o.ai).u i'J' c.U "io ccjiiiuit . . ... The company were paralyzed with hor ror. ' ' l-'" JO '. CJ 'ifiTUrt - Monsieur le '- uommandani i' arose. Yonr life belongs to rte. sir, said St, Every, throwing down the dice on the ta- " "Fire, 'sir," said theC mmahlant,- pla cing bts hand on hia 'heart, aa honest man is never afraid to . ' ' 6. Every's ball cattered the brains and Wood of the trnlucky C-iramahdent over the clothes and persons of the bystander", as his lifeless body fell to the saloon floor :!;;'-' r'jw ei'n'v..-'ir.;;.',l ' -.; ' 'Sr. Every deserted to the English, and soon fell mdrtally wonnded at the battle of Irbis as the E iglisb were carrying the dajr7'' iiiu; Lnuul i in "i.f.u:! a ixevaaa poiiiiciau wan eit-uieu on tie merits of one single "speech. All he skid was, "Fellow-countrymen','; folic ' follow me to yonder Batdori."' ui L pl'What WIlifelndUiianee.lI exclaimed a' lxld'. agent .in a street car to a vjctim of a burs ted company. ; -"I baa answer tbaf,". replied the victim;, it is the art of keeping a man . poor all through lire in order that he may die rich. ,,.1 -.Kj . (NBirTorkHeraldJi : The Electoral Another urprlsW v iv the Patter V. ; uomarttee. :r.-.j 7-1 Ui3 STORI OF, BRIBERL A Forffed'SlBnaturei td thElecto ! . ral Certificate of Louisiana. ' , " , WAsiaiNQTOir- June -6 THeJs'essions Of thei PotteV Committee art s full Of SMrpriSMVSCnfWiWia-iiJ, iiJij jj Ytefdajf-AfadSrsoh1 afa.atted; not'onl the fookefsrOri, but the Democratic mem bers of the "comniiitee by suddenly de claring pne of his own documents foi ged. To day Levlsseej one of the Republican electors,' called in belief that he Would clear up some" matters about which, as your correspondent has before reported. there have been rumors here, startled the committee, or at least a good many of them, by swearing that his signature to some of the electoral certificates is a for' eery.'-.0' ""f " ' .. i j. .... --'-,: i THB BBIBEBI fcTOET. ;; ," -,, ! There has been current here for. some time a story that Levissee was at a criti cal period disposed, for a consideration, to , absent himself ; from' the, jElectoral College, and -it has, been said that Mr. Kellogg, who kept a sharp eye upon his men, was greatly alarmed at this pros-. pect, and on December 3 telegraphed to Senators Morton and. Sherman his fears, and on the following day telegraphed, again more urgently as follows . ; , Nkw Orliab, Dec. 4, 1876. To Senators Morton and Bhennaa, Waohins;- ton, U. U.i , ; I ' ., .., 1 .. i Give me your advice on subject m&t: ter of dispatch ot yesterday very ur gent.., s.;v.:o a; (,; ,W. PKellooo. To which thi reply .was eent,that if the electors met and any elector was absent the others coull fill the vacaney., Levissee to-day testified that he was in facf approached by what turned out to be the agent of some gambling specula tors with an offer of money to absent himself: (hat, never intending to .do what they, wished, he drew them -on, to see : what they would pffertbat on the succeeding : day .the. agent: told him h would not be enough to absent himself, but he must cast his vote for Tilden, on which, having gone as far as be intended with them and discovered the principal in the attempt to bribe bim to, be one Jo seph Hernandez, be says he dropped the whole matter. vln all this Levissee test! Bed as a Republican ; - He swore that be never intended to accept a bribe ; that he attended the meeting of the' electoral College; that be cast his vote for Hayes and Wheeler; that he signed the tripli cate certificates , and the , record of the proceedings, and that in fact everything. so fur as his acts. were concerned, was entirely regular. ' vTHE SDBPBISlt;'i" ..' '. : i7uh Nowy came: the surprise; ' The. certlfi cates. had been orousht in at the reqnest of the committee. In place "of -three there .proved to have been six, a double set, and from what appeared this after, noon,' and what has been before known, it would .seem that the first set were 10 so me way informal and irregular.'-The irregularity, so far as shown, is in the indorsement on the envelope- in which they were sent, and it is supposed that' when ' the ' notorious Tom Anderson',-of the : Returning Board, who was the wor thy messenger intrusted with the "vote of Louisiana," got here,' the Vide President' or some expert discovered this Informal ' ilyi whereupon Andersbn was sent post haste back" to New Oileans to nave a new set nreoared The envelope Which held the first Bet is postmarked December t that which contains 1 the ' secohd ' beart date pecpmber 29, one copy of he cer tlocate having, under the law,' to be sent by ma l: '--"'Wivi'i .xi-rc .i 1 ' ... : i-v i.r.oi.'a'il.IH,' Vlit-v Levissee was asked to say that his sig natures to these certificates were genuine. It so i happened ' that iha first paper he took up -contained what be at once and confidently -declared . to be a -forgery of his - name, i This was a surprise, but .be went on to another which also hedeclar ed a' forgery. -Then he,. came-, 1,0 two which F contained bis genuine signature fbe .forgeries he declared to be rather clumsy Imitations of his signatuie,tbougb to an unfamiliar eve they are pretty good imitations.' : It was shown Jater, by his testimony,!, that - he was not in New Or leans after a certain day. and could not hav : signed . the second set ; and it ap pears to. oe a (act mav wnen Anderson returned ! post haste to New Urieana to have new certificates prepared in place of the : first, : Lreyissee not, being at hand so me one was employed to sign his name for him. In short the. rest of the Return ing Board united .in a Jorgery.. Of course .there is nothing in all this to affect the Presidential title,' though it is a little startling to remember that these forged certificates were formally opened and laid before both house,were referred, in the most solemn manner to the Elec . toral Commission,' and were by' them viewed and accepted as authentic' evi; dence that the Republican candidates were entitled to the vote of Louisiana, If the forgery of Levisee's nsme had at that time been discovered of course the certificates would have been rejected. .. , , LOUISIANA ' REPUBLIC AKj.' f ' . . i . .... w"-t 11 ; But what is important in this and In tbe previous revelations, and what the country ought to regard as the m st im portant result of this investigation, is the evidence it, affords.. of the-character of the men who called themselves Republi cans in Louisiana,'' who were for years forced "upon ' that .State by the: Republi can Congress and the army, who manip ulated its politics and robbed its citizens and ' were all the while held up As" saints and martyrs by the Northern Republican orators ' ' The Republicans themselves now-denounce Anderson as 'a brazen perjiirer and graceless wretch, and so be is. Butv eucli as be is, be was the one and ' only witness . on whose testimony they' demanded that Eist Feliciana' Par ish should be' thrown out.and on bis sin gle protest the 'whole people of that county were deprived of their;votes by the Returning Board His testimony now is justly held to be worthless anless iljs supported by documentary evidence hh r if la wnnn vav T-nn IfiatV if an'an I Jk. whe'nUlie' Ret'trfhlni Board ano wed httn H n!s "', 'JF f lb 6W'awflVllirt vot hf a fcnnntv. b -lllf.vtt T.av'r,sn!V rhflron lht'hia namn bvm forged j.to-i l)iie ve,!ectoral -certificates ap-: peai Sj to .,Jtje so far' firmly Established by strong' clrcpmstantfal details ' But if if is tfUB1t"iliowS tbat-W pari l least, of thei-tttpuhlican ? electors' of Louisiana, wltiKiMci Kellogg 8iadiDg fit their, head. were privy wj tne lorge.ry rOt, a, signature opon one of the most important public document?, 'one on'whicll rested ihe te snlt ot ' the decision, slno! that these men did not bekste to-commit a forgery which had for ita purpose to control jhe political future of r forty .millions of peo- P':;a1 er?J v'f-. U: s-.,,,r li- QORROBOnATlVBftVrtotNCB. c ' - - They seerno"eW P-xik,-it 'worth while ' to conceal so ; great a crime, but it appears meant ta use it as a means-of terrifying Mrt Hayes, for. Mr. Anderson wrote a little more than . a month after the inauguration to Senator Matthews as follows : : Custom Hoose, NkwOklkan, La..) Cou-Mnoa'a OFFic.April Z, 4877,4" Td Hon; Btanley Mattbews! vvi Dear Sir: Fackardoin Monday con duded 4ha his. oolv-how lay in biaabU- lt tr, frirrhtan tlia Praa.Hant nir throalon. ,i r ;.i:V.. tu,A a... thft -ma .ftftfMnoirtn mrxA inanti have 'been at worksince then endeavor- O . r - .0 I t-4A -iia, u-t.i-- tr t,.- t.: me three times during the past two days, snd'vesterdav two of hia trusted friends. in order ta induce me to go with them and to Aonvinna me. HiAt the Prea dent could not throw him over, gave the out lines of a plan by which they claim they can bring him (the President) to terms -namely three of the electors on the pa,,r.R;. HntD -ur or. that th.v AaVUUWKVWU VakyaV IA W " VHI wuaaiBj. wuw le a. a e . . .a a xa ' wniA txu r- K.,f tl through the. dusty windows even the M-t:. .k-- AiA 2t Jnn tfc.-rt!fdnrta ol mice seemed to avoid tfie place icate, tbeir namea being forge), Aa : - wAb, k t fo.. Ur- xe tT.e.. t.a fle,afl , i?.nh. linen, in thn s-naiA fo th. imnoriant arul honorable position of Consul at Liver pool; Well and Anderson are maintain ed in their important and 'honorable po sitions in " New- Orlwittsr The Custom Housd !New' OriesnU 'full of men who, : like Anderson, helped to manipu late the Louisiana vote, and many offices in fna Wnaioi'ti . .f Arr.trkrioa tiro fillci4 hw I a aa w w w a ;twiavtiwi a -w uaw vi n men of the same klad-aU confirmed by the Reiwblican Senate' " I ' .: ' ' " j 9il-:-;.Vu.. ' ' w. . t -.-. , i J as TV.-'. I V -14 1. v ..... .... 1 ,u ,, iuut iuKu auo;,.. um .cuwuiu, poyaa -it is true, ne is aa om oojeci. ne laqieer and brooked,; and hu voice " turn ana-reeay, oat aaa 1 let mm see yoa laugh at himJt ton ... .i , :. ... gh he oonld have uotu: ing mors of any imporUnoe to do in the npon hral &s o wn p-recious child I world.". And indeed, the grave for him Here, iti the shadow or deallv i ask hia is very near, and I think he will boi be forgiveneas-1 ask God to! forgive me VI sorry to lie down in it. But think of ,. Laler whcn the dusk was deeper and this boys: ones hi was7oang--youagas you are ue went to scnoet dountiess in a blue iscket with brass ' buttons, and a neat rufHed collar, : such as boys wore in his day. .roa; -nJ.j :. Ha hoped to be' a doctor, Or a lawyer, and Preside at of these United States. HewaS btitbe and light ' pon his feet: he whistled es be came ap th?" street Perhaps he ooald junin': -fsrther! : and throw his ball. Jjeiter hn r you. Yes, he was young enoeand u yoa . Jua yon will .be ,aa,old-aahe a old And. feeble some day. lour limbs will totter;, yon will loja upja, a cane: . ..Your, .voice will be shrill and weaki , aai - jour hopes and .' ambitions j.dead. -;anl:,. jthe grave near. 0 don'tllaagb at the old man boya,J)at treat, bim with Juadaessr . and respeet.fi";i lo eaKol! "J 1 zt'.hr.snoi i . ' o'i V. n-' MAaTa KtU DAIXAaWij ,T,Ul .1 1 Th Florida Fraud. : il bvv.ii Vtam tne -Detroit PreeTreee-T1 ' v: There ts overwhelming ' evidence 'that the State of Florida; was hbnestlvcar ried by the Democracy iif 1878'In fact, some of the Republican "viaitors were KAwAii.iw Aun i,-,Kn time; and one of them-Gen. fiirow of New York-in an exhaustive analvs s oresented ftuta whtBlr went- far to con- vines every1 one hot blinded 1 by-passion and prejudicer" of this, v We ; fancy that the Republican: member of the sub-com- mitiee tit, investigation ,will peed a, very tough, conscience: to.; refraioifroai.; join ingln the ' fraud' Very after he has beard all the evidence.!: i "Whcn John . Sherman . took." the stand, and was confronted: . with the pledge given to Weber and Anderson by his own .hand, he tried to evade any positive denial of tbe letter; yet his eva aioa was quite as conclusive . respecting ma eMithAcahiri ft K a ' wias ri ma ami tn fwoddft that there were manv things in Uia let- .tVuu y wTi..?.. .!; ter nuiuu us wuiiiu.on.Tts nriueu, ; aiiu ju . ., i, ura uukh,hui.o iih AuvtuiUK m .WsAk .. -nM .riiTa,. k- idmiAd tha-ium awainat htmaplf aa tn ! nuivu uq 1. nvuiVi 'UVl uaru 1 wis,i,; Hv as if; he had entered Written documents are. nil. Iv all V. . .nhnnnn. wua uu eui uuu iiuiureui uicu. . i,:.f: .',; , , . . . ,n Zar Thn Aftnntrv nta tn knftm -all ' r -t-3 jrr 'I il'H'j IlAr-thAl f.r-t. ,na. ha, . .hM ,..h- "hA ' h Z i. .ii the people want them, and .all i-top facts, 'oniddle facts,,And faa tL. ..riL ru Z .facts -1 They.waut light Jet Into may uiU of them Business and ot tne Dlonda business. . . -a.. Tbey want to know exactly . what, was 1 done, now it was done, and by) whom it was done : They will not be satisfied with anything less. -r.:l , r.ei- , . ". .. :0 r;i;-rt - Ode to a Don Key,; ' OKeyt!ii)on Key! "i' f 9" ttnw aai It mn'af.ka.' Jl VhiWOT!?- .' iUi ' ; a Far you to wit oat to," the cold, r ' htr Writing letters foV'tta " Lest the Prand take away ' "' ' The vietaals, for which you were sold. ' ' .Qaly Knaves IMstBTVed, rfitt-t.t'fiuT (l'w.Obaaryf4. . 1 rOnlv nknaves are disiurbed by the ex- poeur:ipf crime v :The, people look; on approvingly, happy in, the hope. that the, Character, -ot tbeie; insutqtionsvistq be vindicated iSgainst Jhe foul , assaults. conspira.ora, jnjc bu-' j:. v-nlsii aatf .,:; oe ? 2 woyereor. . 01 ...ariaQoa , . 1 r . There wi 11 hardly be aay . objection .to the confirmation .of the old pathfinder.,! a n MhlCllilUmv j'rrr- Tear and Tear. . -E ''2-: When thefcfrlhi her refct In:iner''old chair the men hotkjed ?toothtrrg: out the1 poverty: surroHWllngfler; 1 glim Women saw a tear .in her ev? befoje they noticed nuy. kiiini( eistj. ( oyiuo uttu caueu ner a hag,! and eppkeriJof 'hef home as a'h'ovel. Somif "had heard fiif' Corse Und' -sen1ier reeling tfTong, and they. ktkel closer to see if it really was a tear. . It sous a tear 1 . a & placed f it strange lhat she shed ft tear, vn-t t OQ-J death comes slowly the crust melts' from the wickedest heart, and human nature' comes back with all the love and charity and 'sorrow and pity, which - heart ever had.: Death came slowly Xo-ber-oitAs she sat in the old .chair, and., watched. the; sun go down and the shadows .come, she knew that she would not live to again hear the notes of the morning birds - Men and' women oassed her door, bDt she did not cry out. . Over the beads, of the gleeful children playing at the curb stone flhe saw a darker shadow than tbe tenor If tarrma !I,a a t a J ww I gT HdollS 1 ' T f r"3. D 'fu"r.. ' T.TV" " floated over ine neads or me cnnaren bs 'og "raw a.ong ine river a, sun .aa lt tPP? l open door, she knew tht the shadow ,wa . chilling her aun " - , i -1 heTe ww" not vn? ,lh in tot "onnd lhe hoouse, f toi.,?,!eet,?r her lo part wrth . Ho birds built-their nesta under th9 loiwly eavea-no cat or dog basked in lhe sunshine creeping in e H9band h 10 l0BS that she scarce ever ewe his ; memory a thoBght Her boy! , Ah ! that was it As the shadow entered l.he door and cast its chill over her, she. whispered : 1 "John wai wicked. "He rtn iiway he stole from' roe, be beat me 1 I ti: i ! He bad TrqTTe to -the ; war,. - She had not heard;, from him . even once.-. Yet when tbe hearts crust melted the love ' a,mPfurcrept in, and she whisper- . ..( a i ' -rovertr vexed me."' despair mailt me dnnlt- Desperation Badajme enrse louder than mv bov coukL He . was a .A hn- nnra T mAa him hail 11 Ma , -v'ir tiilfiTna 71 -y greaW round tear. and ifrestedpn her wnnkleiV cheek, as Irhijmah; band had placed if there; f r i' vV 1""" " f -i,.lt h!m.ni. h m ' anr19hen woil- n,m . back ! by a Lotherlv word I would not soeak. it! If he were here to nieht 1 . ould sing itho9e ci;i cniM :on to him I would ...1 h;m thhR rld atorUaU-T 0nld look the black shadow had crept yet nearera noy searched about her doot for ft lost bait. : and hear! her marmurl " :." L 'John, won't you fotglveyonr mother? I am dying, John, but all the . old love has come back to me ! I am your mother I .want" to hold you In my arms and kiss you asT used Jto--I rWant 'to' hear your voice and know- that Tyoor forgive mel ' Ji;o j.-..i::i; f.'ij cJ ;,:ot7 ibl r-.ia .Her; . arms - were . outstretch ed. , , . Her fingers felt the darkness nothing more. 'I want vou to call me mother' again !' I she entreated. I want to smooth back yoor hair as I used toI want t look I into your eyes and see if, you still. bate mel'! -a--. .y-. i-, . . . :. , . r And those who found .her . knew .not the feelings that "had brought the tear. not that it was the last of many which had burned her Icheeka. as the groom grew deerwe and the 'chillipg. JreatU.(of , the snadow made ner ueart oeaisiower, It hid been a. fierce Dsht. Shoulder to shoulder the Tine swept oat 'from Uhe cover or the' woods, dashed'-across Abe 'on f j1 long field,' and' found death beyond 1ti death in 'such terrible forms that IBd line fell back iri 'wild di80rder.,;, Agatn-ftnd Tu fl fourageoiia men d"h.eftft position, almost gftinfedit, an me ted, away nrtdet the fire or shot and shell ' and ! bullet.11 By and" by the slaughter" ceased. 'The: living j left the field ' hi possession of 1 the dead ' and wounded, and the deafening roar-ur bat tle drifted right and left. ;, . : Oa that meadow there waa no patch of grass ' without Tits stain of blood dead men with eyes v open 'shared! the ground with those ho shrieked for wa ter or screamed. out with, the agony or their wounds " John was there . A shot had mangled arm and shoulder, arid he knew that the blu; cloud -of powder smoke could not shot him in.Jn m the shadow of, death , fie had been wicked He t WfW" Ak 6 fMo 8neer atg00, e last to speak of home Comracfes feared and hated Vm,' and 1 . t .t. officers wondered Why he' was there.! In ui. . . . ., . yr . t sieaa ot in cuoyici, s ceu. (.ilFfip ",B ("UV." T18 . ,.WB.'' 1 . , a . . a , I .,TT . ., , "iiave you got a niuiuer, cuinrwje.ty I ..v n l ui !...( J . .u :C"XCb-rvvu u.cao j; a-'F I'fiV r OB.., uuu. ;T v tumn. t TII..M T ,U ..T g of ber for the first time of the . year , u v ki si, .i X h-wt U8t fcre 1 was lt"K wl?fcbet roe. , Our home waa a hovel,' and I knew ... K ,v.. T k- sai rHi is iiv iin - t a 11 a v aw 1 wr-r. is inn - aw 1 liv streets hy dayI have .been.' the wick edest.msnln the regiment,.., but she is to blsmeSr;:-j...fr.."f- w.n:t -f-ea . tr i iThe dusk. of theeventne, helped, the blue oloud to shut out some , of the hor rible sights,: but; it, could ; not. disguise that dark: Shadow which moved, from man to man and stilled the awful . cries It was coming nearer as John ; whisper ed: ;i Mi . c: ;m':i! I have been thinking. ,1 alone am to blame; . In an l.our' I. shall be dead You will live, and will someday go. back to our old home, s Will yon seek out my mother and tell her. that in toy last hour I asked ber forgiveneBs-r,I:i wanted,. to hear .her. voice prayed for lhe motherly touch,of,her bandon my hot cheeks? :!ilwill r.iv :)-,:;.',. 'i ,'Aad-say to her that good thoughts -crept inio. .my beart-rthat j prayed ofJ that I remembered ber as . the dear; ol i mother wb prayed at my . oe.isuie end taught me Heaven 1 jsay tiial- ,j v A WIah th . lirinir ct Anltlul v nii vnnppii r . r- - der .cover of midaiaht. feelinsr of this -ml fhntitark mass t. ae if th hMrt WM still, or flashing their lanterns into iii-.n.n mnlhar ilrnvn lifm fritn fhfli' Brroota a plea, of guilty u' T-UJri'Sr. I SAm V.iaHia Vv r ,AnnHa fmrws i-a r n Wa ill A a indeed"danffer- OBlus'.i uo urSSeu uiiuaeii iu,iue indeed, danger of a wouudeii WBri(( ; Rnd 8ald , pale faorpdiie what coranidfl,4tf'waiI'al . voice JPDr ouu-TSv V ) - j P "V . . "Corns, tors" -wayr-diere, i tjnder ? ik bushprr-r K j They were fifting Jiim opon a stretfib-.t ' et. buttJi aidT iv-Att. k itA .-i rri-VLvr. : rfcv..?r . upr io yur toua." a urn , your llgOT. spon Ids face Vji?' 'U,-' y.vj,". I i Tbly lt-iMAgiuiV.tiu slid -J "H Tu deal fl i HA4-bt4iave wept,'iM anoib-j er "see this tear on his cheek V1" ; Nd ttnie mr&ka tin 3npfi&t'i crate-? no flag, or wreath, or tribute baa ever presedlhTTrjrricWT soldier-son. It is well Could there be a greater tribute than 'the tearar6f !th( dying of the' forgiving and the forglv en? tr',;i:' C-Hi ifrSiiei -.nv.:r A a -nrrj-wM . .T..fllT..li'J '' A " The Story a Detective Tokl I'll tell you of an . Incident ' 1 ' never reflect on without regret," said retired old detective ttyjHber day,' while reel ting s"m of the "stirring ocevrrences of tne eany days of San Francisco. "luatra ot-axletcctiye ia-jauLone oL excitement merely. It Is sometimes crossed wltti eyents af wild and sUrtling as ever gave coloring to romance. No emotion, no passion, or phase of char acier, 1a nid no;4.ps.,. we learo I0.play opon the feel hi es,' the' hates'- and affec tion of men and women-as unerringly as the pianiaton bislnstfumeat While me casuist would hesitate . to take ad vantage or this; the; necessities we are -under compel W to' Omit no "opportuni ty wuicn mayjeaq us to success. I say this because the incident! tta ' about to relate -reTeala what a woman will do when excited, "by Jeslonsy and thirsting for revenge." ' J" t. "We were on the track of a man who had. robbed "fta Hannft jewelerr.of 1 moat incalculable wealth.'" He had led his native island," and we were Informed by the Cuban authorities that In all prob-o ability he -had made-hi way-to this coast1. At that time thle city warfulTof Cubans and adventurers from all parte-. of the worlds. One couple, peculiar from: all the rest, excited the attention , of the. then limited fashionable world, and be -came the pets of societyr .Tbeirlavisll expenditure and almost Eastern magnifi cence of appard'and equipage excited1 ' the admiration and envy, it may ' be,' of their fashionable acquaintances. They," -too, were Cuhana The man, inheriting ' all the peconaritios of the Spaniard.'waa, in personals appearance, a type ' of bit:. : Tace. . '.i ;n I -.1 is f -,',., ;But I can. not describe to yon the ' woman tBa't 'passed as his wife." She was the most beautiful" creature . I rvtr saw the idea of the poet when he pain ted the dark-eyed maiden Khoraasen was realized in her person. ; She seemed tof me like some living,' beamtful idot Tof men to worship . The tint of .the .olive . was on -her f see and broWrand.il! the dark, luminous eves a wealth: of affec tion; but tbey told, too, of a, spirit re sentful of Injustice, and fierce In. wrath .1,- 1... t 1 n ii.Dgiaisui net uativo ami. "By the3 devious : path v we porsueoT when on the trail of the cilmlnsl L'we traced onrman to this cityr-We knew - he was bete,' arid J we "searched for- bim irce8sntJy;unBaf, ai if to balk onrex ertions and IpaVto shame our efforts, thia is all we could learn. 1 The Spaniard waa the only person who " answered the " de scription of the criminal.; But what folly to suspect him ! the petted coortierof societytbe millionaire he would only Iftugh our suspicions to scorn; But still we - bans around nim :T By ;i"srrftnflfe magical ii flaencf ; iv was impossible .to divorce rurselves,,. from the, btief that he waaiheparty wa were inlaearch of. This constabt attendance at ibe -places he frequented, Ibis hovering, aronnd the . sphere in which, be moved, made ,us"at last acquainted with 'the fact that" bis wife was finhapy and ill-treated ' 0 Tier h'aataridiJ w.ii v..",r.;L if,j .tr.sb .c.rt He had begun to neglect herj ,an4 . pay asaidaous-court to-e . Taabionable nympXdu'paveil One night we: saw fcim enter the theater aua the fair, Americas, and entering ft private box,., was paying ner vue most uevoieu auenuan. pqors- y kfterward a' woman,'' whom we at once percei red "was his : wife, but evidently disguised," entered,- and, passing around tbe dress circle, took a seat directly facing himliv a.,Atrange coincidence she wad right by tsar She looked at the . couple iq the box long and earpeetly ; ber face, which we could see from our position, gradually changed to an 5ei- pression'of the most fearful and Vindict ive passion I ever beheld 1 Accustomed as I was to every phase or human , emo tion, it appalled me., At last she., arose and left the theater,followed bv" an ' at tendant. Now was our time. I got'np as quietly, and was by ber side wheri she reached the street I wss determined on - stroke of policy, which, if 1 read ber countenance aright, wonld plaee the man Iri our poweK' If I w mistakfen'lt (cboid do nb'harm;' Actuated by the'lmpnlse, " 1 piaceii myseu in irons 01 ner ana rait ed my hat; - 'Madame, pardon me Tj e 7i3b "'What do you want, sir, and who are yOO? Mjv vl'thl". r ' " 4Jly name is- Thls Is my rriend. M r, . We ' are ' detecti ves, snd' In search ' of the robber of the ' Havana jeweleri. ;rWe believe yon can point oot to us the man. '::;.;?..-,," 'Icanl I canr. ; .? f(. ; "Ii was almost a shriek, so, fierce arid bitter were the words. 11 15 ;'-' ' w 'Come with me come with me? ; f -""It is nselees to detail what followed. The next morning the fashionable world was shocked bv the intelligence of. the arrest of D n D R ; but' it wis still more surprised to hear, that he was betrayed by his pretty wife.-" We; ire covered nearly 3100,000 In jewelry and gold " J But to the poor woman the. re snlt was terrible . :- She was but .tbe vic tim of bis pei flily, but the moment, she saw, him arrested, ail the old love(that had .ruined her returned. She' clung o his aeck with a wild, frantic despair that was terrible lo see The anguish Of that young face, will haunt me' to,' my'.' dying day, The'next"9ay Bhe. disappeared no one knew whither; but ft few 'days afterwarc thebodyof a beautifnl,v'nn known, woman ' was picked Op on '"the lower coaat a suicide. ea ; The Texas and Pacifio Railroad subsi dy project baa been postponed to the bleak and blue December. , ,.' -.I 1.' I. v. I- f;- " ew-si-fni