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IAWUVDAT, JUNEW 9, 1860. A DIILEAnlA; OR. n1OW I I'IRs1T !.1T 111' WIFE.1 There nW a l.t , . :, . ? 4, \ ý, 11.4v , :l1g ,O ullt a c('rt:n h v v I: NI.:an het. and inl which l:.w " :1; :!v I ,nl h a:rt lv. by his \wi,' ,: 1 It l" u-ir,. 1.ay .'e'lie'ies, that had Ik ',"- : a wtay ,ilt t 4llr'r, lid1 m y. (' ri,,i-ity 1 1,!.. 111,:t I h, .,1 ,'ve a ltl'tnl I '.'eI nilng that it w.' - i.-, ltietd. Iy lI arlil - the' itails1 wh\ . All that loug" 11 Goeitli witi lult t !!1 what that wiiy was. of lhow bh a . .1:,. I inL it by Man "? It was sirns:1% ihis : 1th,,1 ,"w rv ti ' w% ,rd was so k-lien I lt i 'd to 1 1 , t , I 'I 11:\., Owy w,,iNl ,thi lit: h v . ý i 4 :un - ily, nlit V,. - l'.I : l":l d n lter u ,to 1i ,ll at tinl i ti l lini h1 " to, l s, --nOt nri.. bIut i:linivthies--at whichl tihev lughedl tl n,1 i. heartily tihan 4c'r, ani, always elit,. I lv kissing each ,thliei. aiind lt kI.ki : ' afli'ctiiinate. I detern ine(l to lii i a s ,linti i ,I, r I t, uliitter, if fur no tller reason tliii, tlial it wrriel 1e,,.. I :ii ut k i : l w lu c . : 1, having i h aelt. 4 t, tea ples- i1 4 1'i1lty, I lieno reas 4ln wh ltal I -l!,e 'i lily 'sex shl'. i;l, elicitt n charity, :a iit no rea,-:"n wllV solnetimes it Ihu 4141 Inet .he ihadult-,l. W ith this reslultin,i. I s't f,l h, one evenin.,, when w, thrl,., liar,. Mayr :141 usl~i , we' lr. dwl I n1l before I1,. iihe. anti settled for a talk There was no use nincing matters, We iy filrs idlea, ani with this thoi.i;t. I ilashei tºl thy in with "Mr. Mo lgan"---I wnallhy call ;ia:: Cliharlv'I but I was deoirlis ,," shliowi tlitt, I w'as teall iln catl eest - ".r. 11, - .an, why doi you alwav' lauh1l all Ik at May, whcin the' ulbjet "l yU"r fir: meeting wvilth her is slken iif ,?' This, I wa, slrti, Was Ia .,al,!e -,c Is tLion, aiind yet, iis-letad of :an:.weri:l; t it i t simnple wiay. thely wien It lk, I, .tlh ici them, 4in thie l ill, anid illau i 4, a'; thli'_.h the words I had just spoken weVllc ihI very est joke in all the world. I c, ad dh, nptihin, of cllers,', but loolk grave and solemnili. which, ini a few ilentlis ,ro tight the ii both round to lc ,king the 1 saune way, and then ll:May spoke to nme auriusly, and said :1 "'eellsin Jane, you take our lauglhieg uclih nmore earnestly than I thought yvu would. It is -Illy a little nieiiry lie ween Chu'arlev and iie that brings ti he laugh; to us it is a droll rememnibrance, but puirhaps ini telling it there wnth! ou he iithiig to almuise ally ,esi."' Thlis explanation boaught back invy g,wl hliimiarir'ilh instalint, aital with a I smile, I said: t . d "Now, May, this is rea ki.nd of t you. for so long have you kited my t curiosity that even were the story not h worth telling', you should tell it." t "Well, coustin Jane shall have that i story, May, and I will tell it mnyselfto t her." At this declaration I was surprised to s see May flush up to a bright red, and break out rather vehemently with t1 "No\w. Charley, that is really to, lad ! a You shall not do it. sir. If cousin Jane k is 1., have the .torv, I will tell her my C s -If." And then. aftcrapause, she said : a "When we are al,,in." k "Ye u shall do no su'ii thing, Madam S May," was 4'harley's laughing respronse, I as he get uipqnd kissed May directly inll i the, mouth, juag in time to stop a torrenlt tI (,t words that in another minnue wouhld n have poured out. "You shall do no,..such :tlai:. This time, I shall have my owl or .n dcousin .lane shall not have hei-, Irmositv excited aiy more, without be-Ia g satisfied." ci I saw there was to be a discussion ,u. that pint, but I knew that, in sonic way SCharlev was sulre to comlle off victor; so, nlmeely saying; that. I would Ibe back in a f- w imoments, I -dipped olt f the rtloin, and vwalked about the g:rnl.n, t.until I felt sulre the point was st.ltl,,, whcIt I ent I,,,k. 1, , ai, t. f u , ,1 .i ...J1 ll:y I'' !.lil_ : ! ta ,p "y .- I il'1-, au I lau hiig' fhi ,'- i ,i. a; 11 1, t. I ' iLktke l i 1.; it ', i }' " ! I.I ki '-,' air, al nd, ,.i r I : i1 In' i S t I, ly I ,t i.sitI.. Il iiil its ,!,,1'. ,i I,-:tll (o I \. t .: 1 . I first mtet luy if.'. "': i. inth \, :rsq a,',, this solul ilt , - th it I a . tei- an et ena, pti "n, filr I" ,L t " ll' . I m' 1r . 1" , l. :ull wt titl 1 , It l ';fli "- i, I'- l ` I I I ', S h11,-1 111h Ni. el , f il,,i 'ii , '. ,i k-,e t ,, .th e sIter- -. I -h ,111,1 I.,'\'T !,:ir 'e fri',,ten i 'a' ii' , l Z 1 t ' h I i t .! l\e, I It, !iiir: :'lh an a vt l lill.l tl:I I ,t.' I it- i:, i" i ,', l tlhei w , 1, I' ':l' a , orl lu i" " I " , ,t , I , iL" ll;l . I. rI it I kt ' ti : all:. tr ll' 1 ! ,!,.l!tvy t' thl, II\aitt - ,1:" th "' . i l l , I,1 } lte tis ', l al,,rt ,,1 tiht 1 1!u, a1,l lh, ,ll!i,,f way ill ilt hill, wit hii l ii ll h it q i f S :111.1' 111\" lV - al' i'\,t l.4] 'v i- H, ll inlit 1 j. -" i'x, i 1 it,1 a111 - li 11 ,it ft ' tl.lt it att hel' n., t'1d to il'. to I ,1 I' t \\-lhalt I t,itusl', with. T[hitcr- w ire - ,louity tto i -,istr . lll WC r n del : ,eti N 1,1' f ish, .:l, 1 Iwe tii hel ; plntl 1" w,.. I-,ek., anli we I. It. All 11 s .hill 1- I ,, k il. with a, I ';,vl , I sal y w\ -- Iu wlhlth h, Ii l t it he nII!i1 .r . ..- I. 1 l,"t, h 't i ,ili i .t r 1 ',.e'- twi , s-tr. ('arri, and j lk ttit. :1-. I ,.\ i: i: par ti!i,' i i,kL i:, all ithese ',Ior i-. '" It r 'e, t.1 I .n:(*. and slkill nink I lIv li. v dit ii : t ,Ill Ii -I.,1, 1 a .il, I n S,'ilild t', Ilr l I'. w Lr,1 1 I, ill, Ih li kii ,r th.L I their i ' L tit. I l l t l,.v I ,1 1 h ', '. h1,u-hi I slhall r1t txult ,ver their lack li I i-I .l' ':ip ihititt- ..ey wklt1 . liII I I l , n llf li\ ii t it it. a I sill tll:,r 1 ' i' r SOI 1"\"' ili. J bii tti'iI by a L' 'lat ith ' it 'lit l t t \ iti I , cI .l tii i , il ii IC h li shall n 1 i:'1 mi , i i, he'le', 'arr.ie and Nttie Hllatt w, ,. 1 i,1 ,r,.it 0-1canin '_irls I I 1 l , v, r .. , a , I wt.u alst hesitaL il l I.ic i, h },l e ,i tL( i I siiytold f ill tl,:11 fly it Il\l wh tasl, whIa orn- al 1t.l , i ,ns; w lere' a!il h l.-1 : I,, I Iv a , w ci ! int Go n-fI vsintoh. at l rine I lt .ll rt itrvidenti . \\ ita tis llwas, I 1shall tell in tlhebest wiiy I katln st" bII' . '. e1"'itllir sie days liltr m arrival o tl the ",- ,vy the iyu11- lailies iupolf a once t .-,ot,-fellow 411" their own, May Ste f1hiuns by llalle, who was, according to t their hirhlpv chored acoetnt, the most pe'rlfle Ilct tg in the sh.le , ' a womlan then livin., I tried ta plersuaier lys, Ifi thait nothing in that line ut si l uasi I 'arrie and Nettie: bit still the repe ntiat of this Miss Stephens hadunted mIe, andli h tart like a sh:llow acrom my new-bor iasnsi, o. I fis lied. at lst. ar, inaglinary .aly St liheri. ailt , whltat J h o ld, the ftligiure was wi l the. A.t la. was work- t ek into au ago.iv t,f t'losity, and treim lied with aite g "lurpose, which t shnu'll izb fore witýe object of my t thonugts, l nd of the two sisters' con- e tial conversation. sklu what this would I have ended, it iws imposIsible for e, ats this time, to say.l, had not I heard one ,morning, as I entered the breakast-room, t the startling wirds from Nettle: "nlid so she is coIlming art last. Il l-I so glad ' "Wtt hether it was le thaIt the ton of my thtughts was upou that point, at that i1 i*unent. or what, 4 cannot .av, but I v knew directly the wrwl,,h. matt,.r. I saw o Carry with an open letter in her hand, tl anweel s, ct'llig it with eitit 's Woods, L it knew ntuhat it hitherto oni d-O f M ay Stevens wias about to I s.lcality. f I had lit,need to ask qiuests `l1 the. inttfrmnat in was plroffor d., MaI Stevens , .itement. 3!y long-st~andinlg l,,s~on, of n nearly two weeks duration, for Nettie , :nd Carrie, w.s t'orgottei in ala instant, a, rid my whole mind was absorbed in a making thle best ligure possible before I, h.4' new qcueen. \V tlh this idea, I began I 1 to aook into my w'ir',., I had come dovwn with sul:i, 'a ...: a t,-, answerall r ".rllnary paurp .. , atin c:.n1g, of course. Nettie and Carric; but the new" g(lli,-. Wtish Certainly worthy of a new ri;'A ii iy part, and certainly s. o :l hi.t, e it. 'i-. re.~oll a :tin w ia ' :ai within hifa'"r n rni.u t", :alitr hlaliig of .r iaitai:nhlt coming. : ll 'f' L'.tr,' l~', ) hIlui.-; lhad g i by, I witt I whizz:lig" oil ny w y, " t,) twrn. t', :i IrV ilt tari tail , le, ( 1 chicest t t lw r ( arr, a ,e : i,-J 'd I.~ offered ta ti i, i ill.' t"1 ia\" ~t" ," < "I lhad aIbsentd I If ,l- ;h. I .a ', f "a ,l had f-aithfully jIr,,ii.-.,., N :tti anid l :'tiiI. that thet' iit xi 1 l y shlijId "-,i il, , wn aa,'lT; ii lt 1 .: a -, ti, stay tint the Ilainrth that . :a . ta ttuls, the w aii rful, ws a.,iu: to ,i-.:.s with thean. 'T'h,' 't:i (if in iln that d.aly t SI,"ate a '.r anal ,'ic ! it.!. ostlumE - , aoethita I "" e 'i l a"rl r'itt a,.tii that s l. . i at t e "ilst-i ',t ri k,.ti , i ..' I i IhIlr a iat \ h titi : i caltinit,,a - wa'. ,-i al ,'id tori-lei . Thel'b,,r ,rwritia it '! .i P a hll.t, .l e thi '.\wa. nothigr, t'' it. It w.. . harl ini the day when I .a'tlid atl Il. cit raiiV i , and f., six oult. I dl .' 1 ail r I, :ll,. sod. c taip:arcd. ri j,'la ' a !, at the ,Oil! if that ii ,, 1 h . l l t.,it at t,,,e 1o1: thi1,," f mIy wea' ar ll, . . Ie in \'t l hi t Nall ''Ii t :'Il e i I tonak, Ill t i a p.iaraitnle I'( Ii;' Alt, . I - i t a\\.nlat d .till r' l'i ha ,il t i -i t: ,a\ ia g i~t oaf.a ly thrauli h 'ht , . .n 1.t j.,ct of ian -iv -t. I thou"-ht it w,:1.i 1 itt Ie a balt ide, a , i to tu t ak th la .i t lraitl a: dl raaturn thi . Ulil._ i aht it IIattl'. iu-.teal of wai i t,:_ over u1illi 1 mlllorhiha. - hI ,i; 'iti iut. ::tt, the:: we w :.1 . W\\hizz il d ld t,.. l'iver aa 1i: ,i ,i :lzted I r ai.1 is plri , ..-In l t ..i,. (, tfunliil it when the i...I lies of v 'iiag f!:1l: fi"r to thi,' b t of auv r l'c, llctiIc... I a s' li tla' V,*:'\ r mid-.t of a re:van ,, i wh'h!ti Mayv ' \Oli. :a ttired it .. ,"k- tn a tiln na i l ',i blitu : il. tat i1t a pi lUrpiii cl ,i i ,.i :ia l nitt:n.rly il.,iire.,t Ial' : , 1 t . Just a I w.- :a r . , . tiar, h( ('aCt a ,'ra-i. ail I t'" ai 'li ,t I W:as inot tatlih 1 i Iva I i th.-i it was the clloud that L.1 i I , . :..v ..lf hil torn s ihle p ,rtiIi .'" :i, :. I tlhat was overstr.trileol. l: routir-. i-tat aL inali ent ti i, .,ken i ti t; t f act that r bothi ttll I i n* aa.i - , , i'og. It was olur train- ti l. I-:,:t had rntl oft" tla track, s8 aishit o thi,.-. g'euie.al anti sptillingi theI I itelits ,,f -t. Veral bag. '"n*- . cars along tht' I'' ti. say I -thing of frightening lanlf a int l: ied pa.,sengers into a contlitii, ,,,l.ri-,g on lunacy. ( ,,,/auded ao our Sed.) lxP(rior&rT Disc,,i tlV.4. tne- of the Scren W ondaes of thie Ii',rid tir'!arthei.--A cor- a respondent of the liust,,a n Tran.script a,. flounces the fecetat tdis,avlry of Pie Mausoleum, one of the st-van w-rder's of a the ancient world. Eanrvbadv has readl G the story of Artenaisia, ilthat lisist itota- Iti solable of widows. Wih,'. whiien her ains- - band (her own brothii:-, 1 - the wa\'l Mausolus, King of ilali,',iri.itaus, died. M drank his ashes in her i-.',f. anad loritod to his memory a Ili innaint which, for graideur and manitinata'n, was talled ine of the s.vni w, iiala:rs of the world. Nuided by 'li:y al thtiter w'riters. Mr. Newton pitched up t a nlioer:a!lh- haImlet in Asia Minor as ti, s,.it', i this ni ient wiaoner. Having ,i' tntl '.a i a l a' ,osent th if tlhe T'urki-l I aovitii;iit. t!i- nelt th ahin; _ "! , ,l"V 'h,:. -- the ritrhts of tl li i.l,,its ncaupt.aTiats of the ail, a matter of m "a.-i alil ,-if!iciLty. Oin " !,1 awwuanlh)ad ad ltar inusk,., ahd deluarel lIv the Holy pulkhre that she wotl nieitti-r sell nor Adge. M l,'weve?, on l-.-inil onlTratl eaoaea1h N. olnlt"y to pay the ax [bs, of a pi"gri - age to Moaso, she i-niia- at.,wni. Ratieiv ia ghe hiahts, Ma. Niwiaaa cotaenliced is exc-aviat taiinS. falal si aofl had nhe tlatiis .action of laudling prt i ns oaf the fained nauaaoleum, eLquisite friezes in alto re eI lief, gagtnints of colossal lions, a& t, beautiful statues, some of whirlh he n enabled to reconstruct. Ile ascertaitw "e that the great tomb was a rluadrangulh n building of about 421 feet circuit, lal e feet in bight, surmounted by a pyramij II on the top of which stood a Ibe'autifl o,ur-h,,rse chariot, in which was t t i. , M.' A11us.,lus. This agr.,s wil • the ancietnt aCiiunits of this Ila agnificet tombh. It was erected more than two -, th usarnl y!.ears ago, about the year3;. Sl,,fore Christ, and Mr. Newton is qj I *piniin that it was cast down by & Searthquake. That the fragments of thb t plrou, miniiumlent of humIn atfectie I sh,oul now I,e d,,t up beneath the sit of a miserable 'T'urkish village, is astrl f inn cilmmlnt:arv ,,n the changes al Svicissitudes of the wrll's history. UIPI~IE.-Thc r,.:lat race for the Derb came off, pr(,,abty, on the 24th inst. It was ,,ne of tlhe plimninentt events in t hist,,ry of the sp ,rting wrild, and'whih annually ill Eurpe, sone hundreds of Sthousands ,? d1,,.llars chan te. hands upon the result, a large anmount f roney will ro through tic same oleRlatin itnthis ,( ·, try- iu icteluence of the position ..cu. iui, by the, Amnerican "Umpire." IWHEELER & WILSON'g ISEWING MACHINES Have this fall (18.59~ taken the First Premlims a: every State Fair hIld in the United States i :aerever they have contended, WITHOUJT ONE EXCEPTION. ::z : s . 1i r F s.,F a ,Car. at St. Louis. STAII ,: ILLINOI.. at Centralia. SC vr. r'f aM,'sas'ir, at Jackson. Si.A " OF1 Niw YI)Rw . at Syracuse. TdAT- oF \'tW JLIISEY. SAE I: or .IASLAND, at Baltimore. Sra'rT. OF vIKi.l\A. at Richmond. I A iE OF (ALifOKIA, "A ' ri. r rCF \\1'.LVASIt, at Pittsburg. MrSTEF of Kr.TE'Cf, S ATE: OF WIICOSIIN, SI AT` OF ICNIOA.Y, STATE OF INDIA Ai Arid also at the Fairs in CHICAGO. ST. LOUUIS. J. LTLMORE. RICIIMOND. SAN FRANCISCO. If these Facts do not establish a reputa: :ii. we krow not what can. At the above named I 1 EN'I Y FAIRS-at nearly al of them, the b.:Ilted NIGI.'R bShuttle Machine.' DID i:ON. 'I'ENI. as well as Grover & Baker's, Weed's, iSskts. W-ibter'. Hentholf's.and twenty or more ci.ers aind ALL, .u EVERYI INSTANCE, are btee SIGNAfLLY and FAIRLY BEA'EN. No rational moan can now deny the fact that the W'HEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINE THE NE PLUS ULTRA of all Sewing Ma. chanes-the Paul Mlerphy of Creation. The following is the purs ed report of the PENNWIVAN IA S'rTA'E Qi4 ULTURIAL SOCIETY, on awarding thelpiniums at the conclusion of their Faire at Pittasbg s the Ist of October last: "The Committee have given a full opportuaity to the exhibitors of several Sewing Machines, to .',ow and explain their several articles, and after d close investigation have concluded, while Singer's Machine for heavy work is equal to any and als-o an excel.ent Machine for general use, Grover & Baker's is more simple in its construe. lion, and eql'ui its ability to perform for geeral purposes;: loo'without disparaging the merits a either of the above, the Committee teel constraia. eid to wardnl adploma to the Wheeler & Wilsin .lalcbiaet being the best forall family purpaos ISigned) R. B. MOORHEAD, MOSES F. EATON, WM.. MURDOCK, JOHN A. SMALL Committee. THE FACT THAT WHIBE RL' WILSON HINES Have taken iKs 1IRST PREMIUM at ALL the state Fairs hel~this fall (1458) througheutd the Union, UN EVERY INSTANCE where they have contended, over all other Sewing Machiai, must be received as CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE of their Unqualified Superoerty. An ample supply of these FIRST PREMIUM Machines will be received by every steamer fre New York; and for le at the ON'Y DEPOT -Of SEWING MACHINES, ji .bl i. l Lawet.