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II II II ESTABLISHED L 1S78.' 1IILLSB0R0UGH, N: C. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, ISSl. NEW SERIES -VOL. I. NO. -23. fill I I II i th i : Orange bounty Observer,- EDITED AND PUBLISHED Bf t I I AIUHS, Hillsborough, .fc C. WHAT YIGHT HAVE BELS. be par- it ru .i si:i'J i a. Till: KAN OK COL NT V Bit OP,-Eli V K It t; onr.,"S rn's ."1 t MjTji rb T i t : $' "' ' P no l .r six m ntfi-r. -. nM m-.r'.-.l .v. Ui- rate. :s pub is n i will r annum, if ;-.--rr. ! A I. I- r s-pi ip: (Pi ! n' i p'-r vn.ir L.al Net I cm tea !,-; Ir !5rt Pivrtt J stl P,r .-V'i ;i 1 Utl ..! try-,. it i ;.--r Ilae. Ah X la tr.C x pi i '. 1, f'f ! - '1 aril j i t"'! to ft' T,.t' I.. lit T w,.I li'" he .ii!,-'i a ret '-.xp -.- , j u r siiliM'Tlpll Jii h .6 ;M up- re-potf illy re- rfr-p':i-:ble fur views ht have been that the eky was gre u an 1 tbe grass serenely blue; It oiiybt have oeen thatgrapea on thorns and fia on tLittks grew; It mi'0bt Lave been that rainbows before tbe BiiOwerB came; It iniLt have been that lamia were fierce ! an! bears and lions tao,e; j It mitjht 1 are been that c )i would melt, and fcumtufrr heat would freeze; t It mlht have been that shipi a eea would' j ha. 1 aa.u-t the breeze : And there may be world unknown, dear. I where we would Jin 1 the change From ail that we have seen cr heard, to others j ju.-t as i-trangc S hut it 'never coild be vvi-iC. d. ar in haste to j a t i r i-p'-ak; , ! It never cov.ll ruble to harm the po.r and weak; - ' j I It nev. r could be -iintl, dear, to give a need- I j less I ain ; j i It never c ju!-1 be honest, dear, to (in for j j greed of a.ri; . '- j 1 Ait I thete conld not bo a world dear, w hie! God is true abo re, I ! Where ri'ht and wrong were governed by any j law but love. " ! wish to. Parson SaUine will no! tic ilar. Silence gives consent." The atterrxnu in question. Rose sat alone in a little apartment off from the drawing-room. She was thinking of the ! coils that were closing around ! her, and the chances there were for her to j escapeJthem.The biackboy.Pip had returned The Bargy. We intend to speak ol the cise of the as sertion that they have not time to keep the ougy ciean. 1 hey come home late at nishr, and leave nt out in the de or rain bespattered with mul They sleep late tne nen mornmir, and have to hurry off to me neios, ana tbe bugy stands m the sun or stornu In a few short weeks that new buffirv is 1 tarnisuea and damaged inside and out. Wheu we see a Youn Amenta bmrcv pass on the road we can read the habits ol the b ys in the appearance of the buy. 1, - - 1 - , , f .V , ,- , . that i: would not be Iocs ere she would VU Ui luu ys are excevuingiy careiui be folded once more in his arms, when r ltie ncw bugiiy, and spend more time ou her thou-Uts weie disturbed by a rap on 11 lLaa OQ llie wnod-pile, or all the other the d.xr. Thinking it might be Ler maid or implements on-the farm. This fit of neat- h,v i;r, ci,p nnnlifant pnter. "tSo last until by some unfortunate combi- The'dcr opened and much to her .disgubt nation of weather and roads the buggj fchc saw S.lad Hall standing before her. " confi lu ul D1Shl bespattered or plastered w-i t -.i I w"iiiuu. anu me ihu is loo fcliorl or time bhe arose from her seat with the inten- (tT rfi trt nt . , . Uun ot quittirg the rfM)m. The presence Th , , . . . young farmjr attemps to remove it, he at- A hat't th It erf Sub- inei the message he brought awoke a hope in, her heart. If it was possible to save her the knew Capt. Blake would do it. She kue his heart well, and felt he would true his own life f reel v. if need be. to save her. She was thinking of him, and hopintr "Pull inns, for dear life!" 1 irreapotid-.-i.ts. Ir 1- . II I -1 t m on li'iV.ne - to i . . The Observer, Hillsborough, N. C. Thi" Hide of Marlon's Men. l.... ,.e . i . ouu "J " vigorous laying OH, Uf wkw hn.v lit!, ..r.,,,!!,.. brings off the heft ol the mud and all tbe ! t0 the e ( f ' rv luster ot the varnish. lhe shine is cone 1 i .... f ,.; , ... : .... ... i UMUKr rer;s in the r -. 1 .1 t . - t . . . J niv i.mi4V.U 'Mlillilll 111 fit, Hl. i 1 k lor goou auu .vim ji me uo s oriUe in the i ,.-t,,i., i . i.,. . ... ; f'-'r au 1 .roar iv.tv uy." re ..... i 4 f . nuiit. l 1 1 i .1 ii itii 1:1 I I t'l r:iritv ill . . " ' I in ilLi il I r iill. . r, , r!. 1... ...... I 1 1 ... 1 1 .1 1. 1 . . ........... X , iuu naLs. mm iM-uiiRi linn ine ii:it k. ui me 4 T r.I.I TOL'HSKLVK v n,a..lh-' 1 1 wli. n t trohP-n rhanc-in (.!!-r-''i, th r hy i . .i x k- nine wv. rt, . frn.-ii vuur iimT. Th'j-e ''We d( n't t:ire for the danger, Captain, S : we're UjO ut-cd to 1 hat. There ain't one pof us but had rather risk his life than that ! old tory should rob you of your bride. She's a Mauncli iatriot, too. anl hates the very ground that a redcoat or tory ' walks on. We'll Pave her, Capt. from money I mating uas Hull, or all of us will die m tbe attempt. ''Spoken like your own s-elf, Robert: 1 you and the rest'ol my men, to help me carry out my hain'.'S t r rn .thin' inomw th it ar-; !t-iei, -.'i'iaiiy : fcJt that I ciiucl depend on . ...... . . . . i . . . . 1 . 4 -. ....Fir.. Of.'OUJ' W I HI I ll.Y , Yi i. 1 I II' lf) UJ li'Jl. liii- . i f ' i iVi' viirli ii:iiii'im r- m:i i it I II row rt V . want i"" ... ,. .-Li i . ... ...... i .i. ,. : . mini rni'ii, woni-ii, ni.ivs ana ii m io wi ioi iniui.-. ii is uiei'i:j a y uieie is 10 save her. Her .uncle, Amos Herlin, watches her like a dragon, ns does SlUis Hall, who declares he will marry her before two U - r 1 H lit 1 It t IP 1 1 IjWII lorn Hlfi. 1 l.e UHMIirft w til p iy iiioi t h.in leii i iiifi ( riiliMr A.i-e-. mriiin .mi i fxp.-ii-ive oinip aii'i a'.i tiiii u i. (I. ireo. .No oiu- u i,u en ';" la, Is to nuke n oiiry very ritp'-lv. Pmi an n. voir your u lu'li- t in - - to tin: work, or mil) wur hpar- n.o- ii. 'tnt.S. Full Int. .i in'aMni, that ishtt-U 1 nt rret-. A lilie s TIN.seiN i ( SI tin-'. man she abhorred, but with a stately mein moved a though she would leave the apartment. Silas Hall stepped forward and made a motion as though he would lav his hand upon her shoulder. s. I 'Hack, villain!'' she cried. ''Leave the ..... ,. li..n i" "Why so cruel, Rose; what eiQeVit mat ter I 1 o-morrow vou 11 be mine. Let us speak now of thee happiness there is in store ior u.. to stand upraised hand, watch ng alternately the captain and his pursuer, and the faithful animal who had saved his own life. "What a swimmer :"' exclaimed the men who marked the speed of the splenJid ani mal. The shark will have one er both The scene was of fchort duration. Be fore the boat could overtake the dog the enormous shark was within three boa: length of the captain, ami had suddenly turned over on his back, preparatory to darling on the sinking m.iu and receiving him in his vast jaws, which now displayed their rows of long triangular teeth. 1 i Aiii.isium isTi EDWARDS, BROUGHT ON & CO., I'KI NTEKS, BIN HERS AND BLANK I'.OdK MAMTACl UKEKS, i:.Li:i(.ii, n. Our Moilo : 'I ho lcit work nt tlio lot? Nt possible price. l:oK AN1 JOT. PRINTlNti. I ! li S' iir ly n. . ! n f.r u.h t- say v' are : o:t r i n p.ni'.l n r vm i k In his line than aiiv :riVlii the Male, t I ur WOi k lS :n Wll tur- uliotlt Not th Caio'.in . P.m. we wt!i to . all a it I'M inn I. M he f 11 t that (-ur facblt ' ate Midi as to i iil.;e i.s .. o n.pfi. wlili any h ai.se, N " r: h hi Sunt ii, In ; 1 woik alii low , r . s u.-hav. th.'P. -I P.iw'i :u d .- PnS-'S. 1 l.f l.ar'-st arttv ot Va'ir.al. '1 lit? luost in P rt-- .A. -. it t iu nt of r.ip.-r. Kii.pl' -y the i.a st e:oie r.irr ian .iilsrueMloii." .iin ! i u! oi k lin n ai.l 1 1, '1 l Mi,' i 'iir p 1 1 1 1 .lis pii .-rt BiOK BINIMNt; A.NJ) MAMTAl TLRlNt;. 'ih Ct rt" ali.'i't in !l..l i f i' ? kind ai the r to it art. ; :n- I'.LA N K lit H i K S it) 1 -hi ui a i ' ' I i I'M Wi-h t e a ''"inpi." I'ln h ry p, , x !r;,. t!.r. u:ip coinpcii nt . tsiah. !:' er i It P.. k. t-. 1 litie x Po ks ii-. is. l'av U ok- ttiad at New i orn r.res. .lat us ''.;r oril-Ts aii'i isf.ii. t"! y .'oh- and prto--. IIIM IKDS, 11HO It; III ON tl 4 0 UAi.r.ioii. . c. S5 o i :;. a pi. n th'i. ; iiays are over. He has Mich influence with Taileton that he has sent a half port iji.u, i hv(,ri. 0f cut threats to guard the j house. This 1 learned from Ro.se, who manatred to get a note to me by the hand j of Pip, her servant. Her uncle is deter l tnir.ed to marr' her to Hall, whether she ! will er no and Parson Sabine is iust the iuan to do the foul deed for them. He would pronounce the ceremony whether $he was willing or not. Thete is but one thing to ilo, we must s-tcal her away from I under the very nose of the redcoats and ' their tory friends." il "And we will do it, Captair. . There j never was a time yet, but that we could i Outwit them when we tried. It never ! was said, and I hope it never will be that ' Marion's meni were not a match for the J enemy. To-night w e will pay them a vis- it if ou say so, and when we coine back we will bring Rose Herlin with us." ; i "That we will, Captain,"' echoed all the j men gathered about him. j I "l hank you, boy?. It is not often we tail, anil 1 mink we snail not in this case 4-we nnii-t not. If we do it will lie too late, and all w iil be lost. Rose IlerUti mufct be saved 'to-night. She knows of what we mean to do if the black boy, Pip, lieis back all tight, and Iknow no reason why he should not. As s on as it is daik we will set out, and trust in Providence and our own strong arm to help me.'' I A few words l.eie by way of explana tion, Unit the reader may better compre hend that which has ati t ady lten partly iCvealcd to thenn Cuptuin Blake commanded a company of his own raising in the forces oi Gen. .Marion. A 1 -raver i Rice r than lti' was not in the command. , Marion hon- red and tru.ed him, and lie was th? idol of his rien j For tweyear. past 'Rose Herlin hail been ' U' i romieeal briiie. : I he whs an orphan. Ihr parents had been ilt ad for M-vttal.yearp, and her home had been with her uuc.e. j I Amos Herlin was a tory of the most vir i u'.ent soit. He was loyal to the king and ; iTeiwn, ami held in utter detestation those ' Uio were battling opresin atiel tr the litxrty ef their coui iry. One thing if j"osibie angenu him more than any ether, j R fe, a number ot his household and his ! e!e ail t rotht r's e hiiel. w as as'slurdy a pa- of her suitor was at all times distasteful T fl lit r ami Lie ,nnn(p iinrn liDF nAir Trna I " . .' ..... . . taCkS it WltL the old bro n and a fnrnrwili . . ; eiouuiv so. lie (iivmeu ner motives, anu i... . e . . . ' i "- '"e uviti ue. lock a step forward us,. though for the pur pose of arresting her step. Rote do not be bo cruel as to leave iiiv, lit; .suiu. iu-uwuun 13 iu "ui l nM.. . in ,i : . " . , .... ...Ot.. ... .1.,,. , I 1,1 .v,uiut u-uiuw, ouu u VIUV ntuuii;; uut, anu unit; 10 uiuuu i nuuiu ,t,,, .1 . 1 i- . ... ,. , 0 A ' I the thim? don . irii.sten in tln mrm-diotit sic say toou." , .... "";. V " . T -., - . . , , . iacu 11 e.amc iieau lroni tne paiuier s bhe made no answer to the words of the an.ia , .,,. , ... . iKuuo. 11c siuajia 1 uai uic painiei swindled him, aud the varnisii was- of no account. The coats of mud and crit and the consequent rubbing and scrubbing were enough to deface a brickbat. the carnage painter is blamed for a miserable job Ane her class of young men have their buggy and are anxious to keep it m goexl order, but lixey ruin it, perhaps, in a few months time by bad washm V e lay it down as an axiom that the far mpr whn nvn not a fTnrH o r, .rr,. 1 !,;. n. 1....I I,;.. 1 1 .. u. . 1 r.t I cniv. c 1 ikju mo iui- I Ol I li I I I III I II H VV I I I' I 111 M. Mtlllltlll I f "v"l"u 1 R mitrcTtf- i... .1 1. 1 .. v .1 1. 1 o. kMie suooiv nun oil us iiivu-u uis wueu , i,lffirv ;Q t,, fra;i an. .. .II 1 I...- 1 .1 . :..... U IV..IU..UUU ''WK- punuid uu, auu iuc uui xuoeuui one uau , t 1 - . .! 1 I 1. .1 r 1 t. .. I " " i"m. uiavu u ion- sienuer uagger irom uer uo- T, . . , , not ia use. Wheu brought out dfahe liniiee it elwinot m ilnctml rT n-;t. f)ai.. lie fell back a step, holding out his I lllRtpr lf Xt " ". " 1 1 . 1 1 A t iT 4 , I iu iAv-xiN taiueivi 11 i7livuiu nauua aa mougu 10 waiu ou ine eApecieu , ,fanpil before mntino- ,n th.. l,,.c - JM IUV. UWUOV. It ill ft V t tl inPiinoniiml lint ..l I 4.1.. .,..!... . . !.: I..,f I ."wu.vuiv.ui, urn, 111 iui, lUU U x ui up uiai eoy, ivose, ima is uat a There is no n.Pi nf tv.L-iK,r ir.n w ...uj, w a creek, and there attack it with the old scrub broom. Take a bucket or two of water and a spongp, and gentlly wash the top, thera the bed, and wring out a chamois and wipe so no water stands on the vara ish. Whenever water dries on varuisli.it will lose its luster. A bucket anel a sponge and chamois and feather duster are as ne cessary adjuncts of a farmer's bii.n'v s a ur 1 1. !.:. e:i ir.r.i i Is . 1 k.now no sucu imug, ouas xiau. 1 WTenCh, ther than be your wife, if 1 were forced to take my choice, Lwoulel plunge this dag ger inio my utaru , via tirsi named. The average farmer e:an Uly afford to buy a bugy, and harness for pleasure. And neither he nor any other farmer can afford to neglect and dt' stroy them. Wastefulness treads on the heels of ex travagance, andahe model farmer will not tolerate either on his premises. were realized, for at some distance leyoad the swimmer they tH.-ht.ld- a white shark advancing upon him. "Hnrry I harry, men! or we shall U to. late ! shouted the mate. 'What's tiutf" he exclaimed. The splash which caused this mquiry was eceiisioned by the piunre of Nax;,ia into the sea, the noble animal having teen watching the cause of the tumult from the bow of the vessel. He had noticed the captain's fall and the stuut, and fe.r a few moments had vented his fe-elirirs in deep grow is, as late enemv however i whines of sympathy which so often sh w the attachment of elog to man, when the latter is In danger. At last he plunged into the water, rapidly making his way to the now nearly exhausted captain, who, aware of his double dati-.Tr. hiu! but pass.h swimmer. made fainter and i . " luil " ;:l- , t! ,!' anything fainter strokes, while hi, adver-xrv rt-et i ? T y,m 1 lKiC ,A bu: ihxl ; "v. ii-rn- t t-ioioie Miip.iur well. About a week au" Mr. tramhh, a urban resideRt of CW Vt'And, t)h , disoor 1 ere-1 that the waUr o! hi ndl hn Hi H-ri-' IviT ta-i'e. "I hi i un i nb'.sUy sulphur water." ! "I wouldn't .te surpriseJ,' replied Mr. ; Crumble, ' for you know that father found a sulphur well on hi place oae."1 "No iv lie re, Mary, tf yon are pVi t ' express an opinion, express a sensible one. I D vu supr.o that. iKvaue wur father is if congou, of the peril of his ! a,SU hur WtS f1,1" ' Cv! thf ,al1 ny and gratified at it.Hi3gnwK "v h V fta 1 SH,p,r . were -so ,u cbanchKuuf, those 1 1 Km. ' Ul . anyl iy Lear you laU .f .h.,..,. ,TfZX c. I lh-it wy- "-y d g away and say that. I'd found a w ur lather onee found eine." sulphur wih dimply becausi "I I uc'.e aud w aH jut 1 . -ii. .j .! ease overei 1 w ith yotL a sulphur But Weil rapidly upon him. Luted the ollowed the doiT, 1 him izailantlv He mvueal neigiib us over, who, when ( they drank, j ronoutievd il pure sulphur. ' They P ik b.ieketf-ili bene, jiud. sl-elareel ; IJiitrTuintile woifld h te one of he rinest ui the Js ate. i hr water e vti v' larv'. Whv, l he v'tn tf iff .. voracious animal told what fearful pro-re.s j '7r V, V ' - , ' , 3 V . .,,.,, f . i improving we Can co dovs n an 1 diir up th' he was makmsr, wmle lnncaster, lather , 1 i , e , , . , . , . . ' . . . su.pliur wku a spade, bow of the boat, s eU with a km e in his ' , (T . , vin.ioJ.i: li.t 1 stuiill OiU lS lO Mil, 1111,1 although he had previously tho ight of M-il- Ul ' his h oilM.' and io!. lie refused to In j tw u e its tonne r value. ave som, ami held it towards mm m cirg manner. a mena- "Mie's ''iling witri stt'pliur now," said Crumble, esterday. "1 don't iue il s strong," rephe 1 his wife. .' c. "No, for you don't know what good water is. i i.uI ra her elnuk wa'er without anv j taste to it." . He went out to lhe-wel! a-id Ctiiie back with a i i'.cher full of Jhe valuable thud. ; He p nired eut a glass full, elnmk ntxmt i halt, gagged, turned away and remarked: "she'll le line by a week from noW. ' hired a nan that the crisis had come. Bnv ffew Na- : to go down m l sve if he could n A wrain: poleon, inspired with increased strength, ; up so.ne of i he sulphur. The wi'.d shriek of the captain announceei ; Howiver he wmt away and at the crisis had come. BiMrrffcw Na- : b go down m l sve if he couh blow. "P foolish play. Of all men in the world you would not harm your premised hus- band'r" "No, I woulel not harm him. He is not here, It is against you, blackhearted vil lain, that I would defend myself!" "This is foolish talk, Rose; you know that in a few hours you are to be my wife." had also arrived, anel with a fearful howl leaped upon the gleaming belly of the shark and buried his teeth iu the monster's llcsh, while the boat swiftly neared them. "Saved! if we're half as smart as that dog is!" cried the mate, as all saw5 the vo racious monster shuddered in the sta, and, smarting with pain, turned over again, the dog retaining his hold and becoming sub merged in the water. At this juncture the boat arrived, and Lancaster, his knife iu his teeth, plunged ' 4.-h e any .'"' yells Crumble, j "tu yes,'' answer, el the man. - "CtcnuiiK is uf" i "Yes w-oo-ok." ! " Y hat's the malter?'' : By tins time he ai rived ul the top -and I thruw out a yeiiovv dog und an old bout. Crumb .e turned -aw ay aud heaved. Ifis house and lot can be tn tight at half price.' Fai , t'i4tt. He was a horse-car conductor, a simple, A careful man will have his buggy look neat and last three times as lotg as the r a ks. new deluge m i, . i s 1 1 . !0 1 v. ar ts is t rr.-tn I. t.." M ' i, w v hi Hi ii ll a- in. n t - n.. I . ' 1 . rt k'V S W . 1! . s at !h Ii lii.iKC y;r a p. . N fa Is t i:.ir,r i .( i.i t- mail.- ia a n i f . . ' I U s w M Ps; 'w'" .o to fori u e. ,t!Jii s ian t, MaPi.v . n .w w.o w rl: o I', t ji a-ai)T. ant i :, . I'o i rv ,. t, r- r it ' i'! .. nil at'-J .p . .! -t .i t c av ..y N.i r:s . uat' 1 r. t oi.- ' Mall." i '." 1 H'lt''.- IH.'f ; ; : - I- s . I il Ji j i 1 i.Ii I'' Ofi l i a". ' ha V. C ' a ..r.io.a . Hi;1', y vi. . m l '. a x tvr r . 1 1! V'i.'i : i 1 .V. l.. !M .- tii' t as tlu re was in the colonies. i His anger seemed to increase day, until bis l.e-tise became so ui.e day by tnfort-. onger t u I w vt)i;n I'oirruAiTS kXEMlF.P IN IIIr: FiNi.sT sivp-: , ( rnjon Urnwlii. Any s M ex re a:.i set.t st pa .1 n j. r s. Prices :uv ii n- to -;,- tr. n. $i Oi l i' f v r i o ' n li p itr.ttt, t f .o for ..!e-s:x--. A I thatisiuce-s ry i '".'' p'rapu or sr.. ah p.ket.e.-s o v rk r rr itiit . ra: f a: a k"' 'r 1 1 t- ... "-.I", s U.ll -.tUsfa. t; A t lie s, I l l.l .M 1. II A It II Ik. ArlUt cli.i;i-: 11.1. N.e'. al le that she felt that she eiuild n 1 alude bentatti iis ieof. ' lie knew d her engage nut t to Captain Blake, anel he stouiiy swore that there sbi liid le an rial to lhe matter forever. t v e r and over again he - declared that hi' had rather she S-h"Ul Itiicthan Wed with. L;n. " 5' A friended his, a tory like l.inseif, and marly as old, eiemai.dbet her of him for a wile, and he ioundly swore that he should h:i e be r. ilt she wou'd not of her i-wn atc rd, she ; wound be tote eol to elo as they Wishtel, and . oi carry e n t this threat, the day was set ; lor tbe wetidirg, ind to leave no aveuues tor her t sci.pe tlie w tuilei be bnlegroom, . Sjlfcs Hall, bad pre ured some ot Tarle ton's inii.u ns to guard the Lome of Aniens ileriin, ni.eitr the plea that it was in dan ger, of te.ng n bbed by the patriots, nho 1 v. 1 ' l 1 r I u.- S'l U la !.-. . r.. "lie u.. I: ,;k.; , Ne eu- i ui, u'C a MKc- s earn .siK'e s.i. t ! ii :.i k. t rr- f. v o.i.l ! -: i. n r ui Uu t r. ti.e u..--: s- that any t m- ui; e:.giK-v P. " - ' o.. a An , v i.r lr. s" s-'-Uit-! a:. a i la n. th . ai.. ' ia . the pro- i t :.t to rn Le to v sart s ...u.g to wt ik. Li.e:. a- i..i i . luys h i.vl '.r.s ittL Val have t!i Of- m . i .. ia Nut Line iMi. kl.vm. i-tf. rt. Aawtoea- w in whieL .li. y r- hL . t... Vu k lu.-i ev .u time at grtat pio-t vu do i.t t.vV io iuve' capital in .t. M c take an tn, r. . .... . f . . . r . u u "r u" ttJ us hi cr.c.. .uui.rim-u mr. Avl.il r.-- i m. p fcU.--la, Maine . Cei. AU- w t re kne.wii tobe iuikmg m ar at hand. 'l his was the ccnelliioa of affairs a tin. e our story Cpens, and we now cent to t.;ke up the ibrtad.-t the narra tive. It w as the afterno. n pr -ceeehug the day in which Rose was to U- h revd t Uccu.e the w ife of Soas Hall. In spite cf l.er pre-'u stations her uncle eiu! not alter in bis avowed purpose. The wife of S..as Haliyuu shall be 1" he crieeh "1 have sworn it, ami I will not beiurneeifrom u.y purpee ' uN.ever. never!" tried liose iu'despera tieai. "Do not he-pe for it: my lips shall nevtr tpeak fle words that shall bind me tei that old vi.Iain; 1 will die first." 1 1 U net d net speak them unit- She turned the. point of tho dagger to wards her and made a motion as though sue was half minded to strike the blow of which she had just spoken. Evidently Silas Hall thought she meant to do what she said, and as-1 her motions indicated, fer he took another step toward her, as though for the purpose of arresting her hand. "Leave the room, Silas Hall, unless you wish me to do the deed," she said, holding the weapon menacingly, aud the villain seeing mat she was thorough!' in earnest, slu nk away, leavirg her alone. "i will keep my word,'' she said to her self. "If Robert does not tome to save me to-night I will die. I will never be forced to this thing which I sa much ab hor. The grave is far better than life with that villain!" . She placed the weapon in its hiding place, anel a few minutes' later sought the privacy of her own apartment. " The night came on apace a" night filled with the deepest gloom. ': Dark ai el threatening clouds rushed athwart the sky, completely blotting out the light of the stars. Noraiu was falling, although at any moment it seemed that a i might lieniurled upon the earth. Alone Rose waited the coming of hor pat riot do ver. Midnight was near at hand. Her uncle ! It'll - 1' f i anei uas na.i retired to rest, co iar as ; t-l.X' knew, only herself and trusty Pip ! were awake. Tne latter had leportetl that the red I coats within were snugly, sheltered, and that unless alarmeel, they would not stir again that night. The moment was near at h ind on which so much depended. lherewasa low footfall without the door a footstep which' she remembereei w ell. "Rose!" ' Ti ... .: .i :m i i . . i n.evoice liiinu'u uer ie ner inmost soul. Mie threw cpen the eioor, anel the neit moment she w as clasped in the arms of Capt. B.ake. '.My own," he whispered, ''come with me. There is a long tlark ride to the San- . tet and to the camp oi Marion. i "1 will go with you to the end of the ' earth, Robert. She stole forth from the house unob servteL Miirp eyes indeed they must Lave been, that oou'el have pierced the , darkness thai surrounded them. A short distance from the mansion the Captain's men and horses were in waiting. To vault into the saddle was only the work of a min ute; and they dashed away on their long ) dark ride to the bantee, anei t the camp of Marion. Be f re morning dawned they reached it, and late that day the words were said that bound tLe lovers U gether while life should last. 1 he unes discovered, when it was too late, tnal their bird had Mown. TLeir rage and disappointment knew no bounds but it was useless. Love had mumped over tyran- nv. it is almcst alwavs sure to do - into tL-e water where the captain had also ; guileless soul, who put in hi nice little now sunK irom view, nut a lew moments elapsed before the elog mse to the surface, and scxhi after Lancaster rose with the in sensible form tf the captain. "Pull them in and give me an ear!" cried the mate, "for that fellow is prepar ing for another launch." His orders were obeyed, and the second onset of the marine monster was foiled by j sixteen hours a day tor 5-1.75, und wheti, oniy, a nicely dresseel, t ine and yellow -I kids, exquisite, boarded the car .and began to descani upon the beauties uf Dr. In i lifter's strut n, he could n t Ltan l it. He thought ot the driver trvmg to make four, slu-h be -mired horses to the work of tight. He thought of the thirteen minutes in w hich he waj supposed to enjoy his dinner the mate s splashing water in his eyes, as he - at the end of the trip, and his mighty oui came again and but a few minutes too late , put up loth feet right off and howled fot to snap off the capttin's legs, while his body venge ance. . it w as in A Iog's Vengeance. a-Kei tones of wilting 'Is the -show all An American brig, on one ot her voy ages, hatl on board a splenditl specimen of the .Newfoundland breed, named Napoleon, and his magnificent size and proportions, lus intelligent head, bioad, white chest, white feet, and white tipped tail, the rest of his bedy being black, made him as beau tiful as his peerless namesake, who, no eloubt, would have been proud to possess him. He was owued by a seaman narned i Lancaster, who was naturally enough ex tremely fond of him. The captain, how ever, was not .partial to animals of any kind, anel had an unaccountable anel especial dislike for dogs, so much so, in deed, as if all his ancestors had dieti of hydrophobia, and he dreaded to be bitten like his uniorturate predecessors. This el islike he one day n.ani tested in a most shocking manner, for as Napoleon hadscv- j . jjv ( eral times entereel his room, and by wag- , ' ging his great banner of a tail knocked i paper and ink off his desk, on the nextoc- ; casion the captain seized a knife and cut ' the poor animal's tail off. The dog's yell An attache the English !oir.l of trade brought his master to the spot, and seeing j has beven sjiehding some time in this couti- was ehrawn lido the boat. -sarcasm thai he Foiled a second time, the shark passed j done yet f ' the boat, plunged and was seen no more, 1 Lx -pii-ite 1- eked r a. her mixed. "How but left a track of blood on the surface of j 'ditl vo l like the tug elephant. r' continued the water, a token ot the severity of his the punch comprcsM-r. wounds from Napoleon. ; "1 beg pardon. Thethe what P' The boat-was new pulling toward the 'f)h! perhaps they wasn't .on to-ilay. brig, and not many hours elapsed before ! But now was the monkys the little the captain was on deck again, feeble from ! monkeys, you know Lively as ever, his tfforts, but able to appreciate the ser- eh? ' contiajed ih- h.tif-froien conductor, vices of our canine hero, and most bitterly ! as he wicketcd yelloA-kul n s:x cents and to lament his cruel act, which had uiuu- 1 punched the haif-iare t-iip. Jated him forever "I would give my right ami," exclaimed the captain as he patted the Newfoundland who stoxi by his side, pair the injury I have done to -that noble fellow. Lancaster, you are now !u!ly avenged, and so is he, and a most Cnnstiau vengeance it is, though my mhnm may will fe a s uree of grief to me a ! .rig us AUulteratPma of liiltf. r the calamity and the author of it, without j try examining into the iuc-suou of aduite a moment's hesitation he felled the captain j rations in butter. As fai as his invotlga to the cabin floor with a sledgehammer I tiou goes, he admits that t he oieomargaf ire blow, which, had it hit the temple,, would j factories are' tarried n r ith a commeid-'i-forever have prevented the captain from We decree ol ciean ues, and, when the .r cutting off any more dogs' tails. The re- f product is mixed w ith cream butter. m i-r ,. suit was that Lancaster was put in in-ius ie-ji of uiuv i tte former t one of the f-nj-a which, however, he was wn releastti. j latter, it is hard to distinguish m taste ti e 'ne captain partlv repen ed his ciuel deed compound from the eeo-nd grade butter of nugiau'X ue puiiis ou; in ii.a "oo ion. m learning ttiat Narx.len had once saved hy ( reiii j ! Vou must U- That is -1 guess I don't (pnle understand," fiud the cane m .tves.( t gUiu itig uneasily at the if 1 could oidv re- ' ' ouipresseo l ps uil t w inkung eyes oj ins ' in ignoors on ine- pi. it: arm. i " v ai the clown .is good as us lal f con tinued. the tormentor, an-t then, at if he S bad f-uddcnly struck a iica idea, he ui'ele!, , iu ii tantalizing ton of a,N,'ogy, "Why! ' Ain't that a t.icus in there i o! Thun- "de-r, you el , n't say h. Church, eh? well, 1 declare, what adea . i As he slid n.to the ar Ex-'piiMte slid off, with a j'itifui re membrahce of a piriform full of grinning pas-enger-H, and when the 1 con ducior rttjri-.t he g.are 1 d ma th slrret at the mm with the k;d and rn.il lered, I'd tike p, get h -.d of these dapp-r c,etft.s Hi, it are alwav s chinning every lly. 1 he :d .a ol li..i a co.nm' he-re'and llauntiu' his le.sure h- urs i i my tat . 1 re;-ct tru ; r. lig. -u ao m i -u as he d '., I'd 5:1, bull d Kx'l propx--: to luve- il ra:umtd down my thio.ii wiu.e I'm r-Knjwdied tj oreak the li of the Almw-' -' i A large aerolite fell in the suburbs you ( of Erie the other night. his owner s life. j ol this materiai were fchipitu,, uni r .is The white shark, all my nautical friends proper desigaatVjn, laAt ear, fr- m New are well aware, is one of the very largest Vurk, the greaitfj-an of it , Ho.Un-t, it of sharks. It averages more than twenty j may be aumeav ma. ine rigusu wip e H veu d i i ji iitl.e ones o , i, wee-, to Keep mv wi.e aa J Le st: eL No tifee. Bi ar;4. I' . i l'ir Aud J til. feet, and I have seen one twenty-seven and .have useu not .a lt;e of? it a half feet in length. It is generally coa- , sumption of I) and most formid- S tn :a or got a on a . . . . jieu u; to ). .ter. m their e..-But- the inv .&- ti.it j.-c r.n o: Xi1 ia - Carried on, jidered to lx the fierce: able of all sharks, 1 adu-tera.il ,n is ny no means I tut a for .tavt .f?v-sl ftftrr thp rf l- i ble ad s-oaiC that hive '.. trophe to poor Napoleon before he" became j which have found the. r way m.u the t-x-the hero of a most thrilling occurrence, the j frt trade of this country. lhe -Vueue". very thought of which has ofu-n thrilled j butter, male caie.iy ed h-.rg .arf. rs mucn me with horror. Dunn the interval the cheaper man oieom anm-, au-o, -i.igu noble beast was not at all backward in ex- much less wh ,esonie. m luse.y la ti,:.c to hibiiing his wrath a, the. captain by low i supersede the latter M an adulterant. F .- w.MrU'uken anir,.-hiii In V.'L'.n did ! lO WZ 03 thlS d 5CCi "IU g SCiiC, il J f .-Uil 1 ' ' . .. . . .s- i. .: t .... i. l ...... his master, fearful for the ufe of his eiog, i ma; i ana.ee incuvy u- thing tncaper iiisa euvne, iwt i.e.og xant.t.es, to is by fine creari.trv 1 oU II or to:: gray, s k' ,w B ' on . the h l.aggv o to trre;r v.llv--- Oi.e d iy wlieii he al . and I at o wio Jivtsi at Npuire 1 i He wa.i a large, i:u wis' taii", ytl t h JiC wii in the w A3 n. ar ice n tw" do'n aud cried. Sain 8 ho sick. ' He lay esav to check these Bum ol His anger The captain, however, made the allowance f fuivenzctl s-xipsto&e, or na.t, he should, and offered no furtlitr harm, to ti asrted, U ofd in arg- p X daiivrnec in this country, and mix. j- ' v . une rr.onunz. as tne captain waj suifu- i t - - ing on the bowsprit, he let his ahd fell overbtard, the brig then about ten knots. was the crv. and all rushed to get out the I inferior relation iu tm mutu.il cmrefiua. I the b.g tears rax; d ma hiS CtieeK. L ttle .SSi carne up, n 1 1 ttiaU he aAked Bjhc iw he teit, f .-t B-. re up and tried to Walk h-me. rn ran by hi :de, and now and then jumped and barked a? i to htlp for U-1-x? to bar hi.4 pun. li lay ti j'A u C rest two or -three limeA, and am Ly d-iwJi whh him. At ;at tLey revuhvd juife Hortoa'a, filiDi7 oUlier. -is ia-e w.s 'ju.j uvaass u;:i ..tjuj ui.aiu -- -runain '' p--r u n, il is obvious that "us:ne at eight ; aid L- care of lje.- iJit-a ran ' i cents per rtinel,- and olcvm.rgannt at ! home. : - m - . . i. l.-Mrtt' lh-v aw i tie atmmt-r struuez ou; uav ,..T i.i.h u.e .t ..rr-f ritmi!i) ' organs is. :trhats, a protein 01 I'.Ji rk-I L. A I ML. T UiVbl -w w -J- t - 2i m - to ; and as.they felt especially apprehen sive on accjjunt of the Lite sharks in tho-se waters, tLey regarded his tit nail? a with the Cict pitafui ondtu!e. By the tinie the Uoat touched water their wort fears CLe-tf mm up. J uen ne tkxtn vuc a on the digest. Ve next lsy, aad ran ahul the hou.e and the organs as, ptrha;, a proh;tm of s-mic ini- "biwu, but couid not Had hi XrteaJ. portasce, and )et, if we are-to be swindk-d 1 i'o-or R.j was dead I After a time wheu we Uuv butter, il U, .erhaps, oaiy founi hi grave, and there he la.el down fair that the wars; jwiadler taould be the i and howled. . liut he wa wen: bck W hit Cjost fcucccsilul, and drive Lts more scntp-1 houe, and he thd not tH Sjuirjs Horiou' uiouj cornpefitori in fraud out of Uie trade. aay nicre.