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ENOCH ARDKN OXCE MOKE. Strange Story From the Moun tains ot North Carolinai CONFLICT BETWEEN LOVE AKU UVTY IN A 11UMHLE HOME. The Appeal of a Lawyer to the Honorably Court. A Unleigh, N. C, correspondent relates I lie follow ing : A very strange story recently come to light here through Senator Kope Elias, of Jackson county, the hiost remote county of North (Jaro Una, and in area as large its some of the Stales in the Union. In R stalwart niotintaineer of Jackson couuty named Hamiick, who up to that time had managed to avoid t lit? war, brought a buxum wilo with, biiu from Swain county into J,tck sou, and made liis home in a quiet cove in the Cherokee reservation. The pair were devoted, and the wife experienced all the delights of a thoroughly primitive existence. Now there was a regiment, of Cherokee iu the Con (edearie ser vice, and one day an officer ol this regiuieut Rtuuibled upon Ilumrii k iu the cove, conscripted him, and hurried liiui to the front. LI is wile next beard ot hitn with the Confed erate army iu northern Virginia. (She got one or two letters and mes sages from him, and finally these Stopped. Iu 1301 the wife, to whom a pair ot twins, a boy and girl, had beeu bot'U) learned that her husband bad disappeared; that alter his name on the ro'l ot the company was only the dreadful entry "miss- In 1865, when the war bad ended, tbo wife received the intelligence that her husband had deserted and gone over to the enemy. Year af ter year passed, but she beard noth ing ol hi in. Then wooers cuuie, for "the widow," us she was known, was pretty aud agreeable. One patient lover named Bowers, alter having been rejected three times, won, and be and the widow were married in 187G. lie brought his effects to his wife's borne iu the Cove. For ten years the couple Jived happily together. One bright June day a strati rtl came to Bowers' homo iuf-tje cove The place Wj)s.j - most respects like It was in 1803, for changes In .-the mountain wilds are made slow J.y. Bowers was not at home. The Wife was now a buxom woman of forty, tar tidier thau iu appearance and wilb much mote ualural grace and sprighttiness ot manner than the average woman ot thai section. The stranger asked who lived there, lie was told "the Bowers family," and iu a hospitable manner was asked mio the house, where pres ently came in to their mother two children, one of six anil the other ot mneyears. At dinner time the family received two more additions, a young ii.au and woman about twenty-three years ol age aud ex ceedingly alike in face and manner. The stranger asked, '-Who are these I" "They are Hauuicks," was the reply. "My children by my first husband," the wile explained further. . In balf an hour the wife had told her whole story and the mys tery surrounding the disappearance of her first husband. Just as she was concluding Bowers came iu with a neighbor. Explanations fol lowed aud the stranger proved to be the woman's first husband, lie had deserted; bad gone to the northwest and from there floated into Mexico aud been amid such hardships that he bad not been able to i et urn, aud he owned that tor a long time he had not desired to return, but axu iety Jas to the fate of his wile and remorse together had compelled bira to buut her up. The neighbors heard all this aud witnessed the scone, or it is probable the whole a Hair would have been lost to the public. Liamrick, alter his much experience with the world, was much brighter than his wife or her second husband, lie knew that the woman was legally his wile. He talked the matter over quietly oilh Bowers. The woman bustled about, much agitated. Sim said she had a wurm place iu her heart for her Mrst husband, but shu (bought she liked her second. Whatever yon all say 1 must do, that I t ill do' she said. "1 only waut to do in v duty." liamrick ugieed that it whs bis duty to go away, and alter one or two days sojourn with them be told them good-bye and Iclt lor the Bortuwest, telliug them that he would not come back again. The wife cried when be lelt, but sbe wms satisfied that she had done her duty. In that wild section the matter was the subject of a little gossip around distillery fires of the mountain fagt Besws, aud then the matter died out until a veode'i irecntly eattsed it to eoui oir in a new and start' ling wuy. Bowers aud one ot his BeigLbors had a lalWiij: tint about a ewJer-press. From wurda toeie weir f ghts aud bloodshed, but Bowersj aud kis faction were too Mroug for1 the others. Xb defeated party eret t3 to t Ne ewmty neat, and i the solicitor gTe the hiformaiioo tbat Bowers was. violating the Uw by living with a woman -abe bos haDil be was not legally, and that tbs Oman ltd aIo violated the taw in enmnitling bigamy. "That's bow rut goiu' ter git my rsvecge , eo them Lowers," said the avenger xaUantly, ns he walked oft. Aud he il d ; did from that time until very recently tint trials of Boweis really, la-gan. Bowers and his wife were arrested. They em ployed Senator Elias us their collu de!. When the court met the law yer used all bis persuasiveness. lie told the story of the deserted wife, (be long vigil ol love, the giviug up or the first husband tor dead, the remarriage, the return of the long lost husband, and the verbal agree ment that he should return to the far northwest ami all remain as it was- The narrative had its effect upon the rudest mind ; but tbo law had technically, unknowingly been violated; it must bo technically en forced. There was then a techni cal verdict, of guilty, with a leoom inetiilatioti to the mercy of the com t if the pin lies lived separately and apart. Senator Eliaa availed him self of the opportunity. Sympathiz ing with the couple who were deep ly grieved et I he idea of living apart, he told Bowersjand his i let hat they had bestgooutol that neighborhood and that they might live together ( that the veidict was only technical and the judgment ajmere form, and that in future the law would not interfere, with $t hem. They acted on the suggestion and moved to Macon county, where they are now living out of ieach of their vendetta enemies. Peter F. Alba I Undertaker -AND- .VERY & g&LE$TABLES Millinery! Millinery! Iu hII the Intent SIuuIcm aud Shapes, just rocoived per steamers and express, by MME. ROSA REYNOIR, No. 9 Chartres Street, THIKD DOOR FROM CAXAI., NEW OlrLtfANS, LA. Hit PRICES aro tlio LOWEST fti life Cityas nlie own. nor plwe of busim'tw, nnt glvi-a lit-r pit tron the benefit of her ruliicod esiMMiw-a . Country oi-deiu solicited Hint imtinfaction gUM!-iUttVI(. J rencn corsets a npeciauy. November 4, lrttff. 3ti-lim Nos. 43 and 45 South Royal St., Mobile. Ala. v..A 1.-. ti.wiat rt..M. 1 PruiWta hml JVVX'P tUW Mill Of unillll hCiio, tho latent sty lea of Metatio, Mft-tg r. . ... . . 1 f...iu 1 V-l jevery jinMin ot ciieiipcomun. gvrith all lute improvements, mid liav-S imr now me liimeni, siui s on uanu i-53 I al-e eiia'iied to sell nt reduced rates. E , CiiRUiulurs entiliBt ing their ti aito tok us will b gnbrunteed atisfaction. t ' Ordera bv teieisranh Will hiceivcV Spromiit nttcotion Siiu iitisr:it:tioii2 gu'Lui-aiitued. jj Mj Siifciul attention paid to the buying j Kand Hcllinir of borao8 and vehicles. t g Mardi 2. lfW. My JS McKay 4. Itoche, . PKOriilKTOliS WA V li It IiV STABLKS, AM) UNDERTAKERS, ROYAL STEEET, I!ctven IJegiiilor ollico ami l'mttlo Housa, JIOIULE, ALA. WTlioir elegant lino of tlndi'ttaker's Goods are selected from the best miimi fac tories, and no pains uro spared to make this department sncuiid to none. Mr. 1!. V. l'ICKKTT, at tScrnn ton ,ia authorized to net us our agent, ami orders through li i in will have our prompt atten tion. MCKAY & KOC'llE. March", 18e7. "-1.V Mobile Theater Utiilding. Jas. B. Rain, Fancy a Staple CraeerP Fine Conftetloiift, ' Teas, - Butter and -OhsssS, A SPECIALTY. MlV0it ii;ii:ii. 8leciul attention paid to the Jug Trade Southeast Crtraet Oritl A Royal Sts. MOBtLtf, At A, October 21, 1SH7. I P. N. SCHOOK, Successor to M. E. HORRES, Dealer In rurnitiiro of Every De scription ! Prices lower ttinn uny other lioiise in the Boutb, 2J tnirtih street. . . r)..r,.nilii.r 24. 18fi. :f-t-t.v GOODALL'S RESTAURAIMT ;ASb OYSTER SALOON. First-ClasiS Lodging. Elegant Dining Itodtns hp .S tail's Tor Ladies and lie nt leiuen. 32 orMi Itoj jM Ml.. itlODILG. ALA. October 21, 1HH7. ) Oko. A. Jonks, Oriokm flBtKf , formerly of Harm mob & Co. Chael s Sim.El JONES, SIBLEY & CO.. (Suecessors to IIaRKALSON & Co.,) WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . Augustus Craft, ........- -..J T.........4 IllVAKA tc WO.T1 ESTIC OSCARS, WjioJesaJo dealer in Ping and Kmokiiij Tobacco, Sftnlf, Pipes and cintokein' A.lioln.- I B anil 5JOrriir Street, Octotwr, l1 :-ly IIenrt Lociufc W'ii. ti. M(ti;taOh HENRY LOCHTE & CO., (.Srrccptjf tot Lnvhto . Cordes), II llUJJlilillili V Hit, i JiiOj AND IMPOKTEUS OV Wines atid Liquors, 4t?!iud 4H Tchoupttonlas street, NEW ORLEANS. June 10, 1887. la-ly John J. Drisccll, Dealer in PROVIHIONH, Staple & Taney Groceries Cdrihcd Goods, WinCiA Liquors, Tobnrro It ligara n SptcitillfJ. 223 and 227 South Rampart aud 2X1 Girod Street, Nbw Orlkanh, La. JauuaryS, 'F-1,T CIGAR 5 8. W. Corner Wtr and SI. Frnci .. MOBILE, ALA. August -26, 1887. ZtV-ly COAL! COAL? Alabama Coal & Coke Co. Bacceuora to ANDERSON A DA BBS, M Caroudelct Strei't, NEW ORLEANS. 11. i iiuci"cr,i3"V, 8 Camp Street, New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, Aud Dealer iu ALABAMA, rrrrsiJLKu. ANTHRACITE Conl in hogsheads for shipment. Will also deliver Coal at all stations on L. & N. II. K. letwcen Mobile and New Orleans. October 7, t7. 32-bin FINE WATCHES. JeweiryjSilverwarc&pt'ctacfes Every sort of watches repaired. Jewel-vr- ni.i.lM Ia nlr lliamnnilrf rp.fU't in newest ty". Art t rensouabie prices and IUI1T aauui'u.' April 24, lft. ft-ly JAEYIS TURNER'S SONS & CO, -MANlKACTl'ltKHH or- BRISK & JACQBSQH, Jlanulaeturers and Penlen In CLOTHING- Lni Mi Frail! Roods. Cor. Danphin& Water Sts MOBILE, - . ALA. Xorember tl, tSsY. 7)-3m 4. 1. Adam. J.G.UnK, W. II. Konnurl. K. A. Honilo. JOHN I. ADAMS & CO. WHOLESALE I lit I will bllWi 43, 43 and 47 South rvter M., Xew Orlett h , Jxt. CUFJ-KK. M'HAU.)IOIAftSKS H' K, a spH"iltv. Beptwnted bjr IU r iT.s Hi;ifc. Korcmtwr It, IM KWrf Yalc& Bowling, WIIOLKSALK mi mvm And rsToTior-N, o) " ."mmo mt SEW 0XLE.JX3, - L.4. Doom, Sash, Blind, Moulding, Bat lustert, Boor A Yiidow Frames, Braclets, Etc. REGULAR IN STOCK. Dealers in RniMera' Itaidwai-e, Glass, Putty nd Pure M xed Taints. Jartis TiitNr.R'8 Soxs A Co., Chr. St. Anthony V Watei st., Mobile. Ala. April :. Hr7. !. LACLEDE HOTEL, Coveraraeiit Street, .Tionii.v, .t.f. To Blocks From tk Union BqtoU IVewly FurnUhrd and Re fiiltrd, ALL MODEBX III TROVES EXTS. EtMtrie Lights, Electric Bell, aud Buih K.KOits. Rates 1 62aodfe2.50prday. W. P. CHENEV, Proprietor. p,-r-mlr 24. lt)f5. 4:Hy JOB- DONE AT TKW OfTICX, Tub Bapsuckkr. Jmltf" 'L S. Vim Kiitou tultl a Klol' " Hon. T. (J. Giiicliiiifri at Vickhbur! l.it week! IIu mivs Llopbnrii, r Iowh, woiiied our ineiiilier ntMily to deuth liv Inn bit tor, icmHiem, a 11U telling opiiosiiiuii lollio itivers ami Harbor Hill, wlnuli Catcbins whs an cnriR-HtlA ailvocaiiuj:. no aid Cutidiiiigs remiiidcil liiui ot a mini be saw in Oeorgm. 1 no man ran to a tree on wliicb a sapsticker rested, mid bt-fean to climb it. He, ot course, only not started up well before Hie bird flew to auol Iter tree. The man followed liiui ami MRain starlet! to climb, but with no belter result. This proceedni"; vas Kept up, until Van Uatou naked the man what in tli world wan liedoiii";. ll)oiiii.;' said be, "1 hiu tryuijj to oaleli that (supsuuker." Uon'i j on know yon can't tto that t" replied ran. 'Yes, 1 know that, but lean wor ry biiu like Lite devil." replied the Ueorgiati. Juiljjc Tliuiiiian, of Ohio, iu a speech at Keiitotij t hits speaks ot I'resiilenl ClevehiiMl 1 "I want to speak ol a iiiuu 1 know Orover Cleveland. 1 have lived through a &om many pretsi deiitial terms. L have known sev eral presidents personally; I have read the history of all the atlniiiiis tratioiis, and I say upon my honor as a man bound to tell the tl tilli as laiihlull.y as ever man tokl the irntlij that a more lioue.st, braver, truer man never lilled the presiden tial chair. I say lie. is an honest, plain unin ol tar mote ability than the people generally think. He has that .supremo lae.tilly, common sense. If be is not a level-headed, honest man, I urn no judge ol men." Ex'J'K rtMJN AXIOM of liAT8, Take one of two boxes of matches and pour one tea cup of warm w ater on them, and let then) stand until all the composition oil the ends of them has dissolved l remove the matches ami mix enough corn meal in to tilaltea slid paste, and put it near their litdesj and it will be sure to kill all those that eat tt, anil not many will be uble io return, but die on the spot. 1 have tried several recipes to kill them, but this is the best ot all : it is a "sure shot." Cor. Home and Farm. Ilev. Mr. Spurs eon's wii lnlrawal from the .Baptist, fcntrtiifiiuii.v" is a sei'j'UlS'bltMr i'o that seet. lie) ex ptesses desire that all Christians may soon be iiuiied itl orfe commun ion, not bouiid down by tight lines of ilouia. liis popularity seems to have increiiMHl bv bis new depart- iii -f but lie spurns the idea ol torm tug any new sect, us has been charged. Count tie Lesseps lias aiiiioiiuce- ed in I lie Academy erf Sci -nee that the Panama canal will be opened on February 3, LStlO. it will not be entirely completed, but the pas sage will be tree tor twenty ships a day. it is estimated ;h:ft this trut tic will produce an annual revenue of fiom 90,t)00)U0 to 100,00(1,000 Irufrcs. Some of the Chicago' wtmefi have gone crmty over nieufenitfes of the rresideiilrs visit to that city. One woman ottered $10 lor the nrrpkiu Tfhich tire lady ol I he While House used al ihe P.ihrrer House; another uantcil noiuh of the sni"rt of the decotaliiiiT at the theatre to put on iter ueati ctrinrs coinn. E. A. TYLER'S SON .... i . i u.minithn mihlin of hlx establishment lanes pioauuio iiimiiuii o - r- -- 7 - at No. 3 Camp Street, and Invitos'attentlon to his entirely new StOCk Of DIAMONDS, CULU ana vil.VE.if -n., ohm FINE COLD JEWELRY, ail OTtne laresiuesignoanu u ir Anncists nf rhnca articles, which have been selected with care, and will be offered at as low prices as t x nnnaa ran no&sihlw be sold. All flOW KOOdS : no old stock, inspection of same earnestly solicited I- MR. B. F. WlUlilW Will pay pawiii auooo i.v in. v. , , . n. u.xhas anri chrnnometers. Jowelrv renalr- pairing fj 1 r 11 iw . ed by first-class workmen at lowest rates. AMERICAN WATCH ESIAND LOW prices a SftuiAui t j 3 CAMP ST., NBW OXtLEANS, . NEXT DOOR TO OANAL. Docemlier It, ll. Miss Georgia Foole wasawanleil the Jackson State ledger prize tor being the li!tndsotrrV!t .vuuk lady at the Macon lair. The pt i.u w as a life-lime sub.-ei ipt.on to the State Ledger. XotlirnCarf atime for the want of modesty, without which beauty is uiiLiraoetiil and w il detestatiie. A laud prospector in a lar Wes tern Stale reports to his favorite paper having run across a boardetl np ctarrrt shaftty ith half a rlozeii boards across the door, upon which were he following insc.iptioim : 'Four miles from a uayber. Ssixty miles from a postoftice. Twenty five miles from a railroad. A bun dled and aty from limber.- 250 leet from water, find Diess our home. We ha ve sone east to spend to winter with my wiles folks.' , 'Ilo-w ditl you come to break ofl votir engagement wilb Miss Snow leall Tasked Uncle Mose ol Andy Teikins. "In de lust;phtce, Uncle Nose, she wasn't beny vonng, and she didn't halt 110 money, and jawed like, de deliil; and seeoiidly, she wouldn't hab me, and went and luanietl an ndder nigral", si I tuck de advice of my liens, and p n (happed tier." Job work ueatl executed at this office. Mobile & Ohio R. R. FOR ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST and WEST APRIL 10, 18S7. Leave Union Depot Foot of Gov ernment, St, Mobile, Ala., 4:33 P. M., irmliinj rlose connrrtiog in UNION DEPOT, St. Lbuih. Mo.fcir all ilirer;inc point. l)clie eolinec tion st Meritliaa itu Ala. Ot 80. K., V. snd M. By.; at Orinth with M. and C. wt bonml : Hnmboltlt with L ami N. weot bonud ; near ronoec tionn at Hires, Bo. Colnmbna, Kf. aud Caiio. 111. Citmnolle Acmn.on(lation Leaves fpom Goerinm. Hlreet Depot al 4:10 p.m. ever wwk day. arrivn. at Mobile S:40 a m. for iu format ion as to Pullman car r Ttoe rata, eoiinectinna, etc.. cj at City Office, imder hHlo Hto,MobTtt.- -iy (rpwypH.ilijIin ,uii;'li jaiiaiip-a CAVANAGH, BARNEY & CO., WIIOLKSALK DKALKKS XX Machinery AW Supplies OF ALL KINDS. AImi AgcntH forRodtnii Pelting Co., Ueltins & Hone, Henry t)iutou & Sons' Saws, April 6. Id87. ao-oiu WM. V. BEROUJON i U JN DEKT AK.h t ll North went Corner Concept ion and Coutl streets, ISOESII., ALA. . A tall supply of cf cry m l iele in lliotrnde. Piutetnal nttoiition tvon to alii " pnloi-8 recidved night or day. A full mipply of Hnrial HidieB kept ii. (stock. I I'ricesrodueed in He.eordanuo t tlm tiaiea, and far hulowcity prises. a ' .Inly 211, IrtsT. "0A'1 WBW!-BBBBa!iaBaiaaKawi!iB TO PATRONIZE lrygn OUR FIRM 11! VMlC We are Kind " . " " I to OUF. cus- VJ'. A)r 4$l TOMERS, but fhs TERROR 3f our COM J PETITORSI my nam ts LOW PRICES SWhoSfaydJf WPOVfT vl V f VI tin r"-iA'A-,- c.-..- u Q Nos. 37, 39 & 41 Royal Street, flew Orleans. TAB mum FUllITURB HOUSB in the obufil. KLIN G HOME INDUSTRY FOUNDRY, S. E. Corner Wutcr ond State Stiwld, MOIJILK, ALA. Mariufactuf er of Sf can't Mills and all other Macliiht-rf', Bras3 and Iron Castings of ail Kinds, Iron Rr.ilins, Comatcry Forces, Verandalis, CISio S ftllirff, Etc. iOOi:4. NIlt'TTUKH. ETC. Prompt Affenfioii htii lo i:rp.ii'iii. Atl Co jiii I rv Oi'lci' I'rompllr Aflrndrri lo. September 3. Itf7. " i7-l y The Ngw Imoroved SEWI 'lUCBDB Tlie Kinjj i. the bfest to liny. The bet to own. The bent to run, and if neen be the bent ' fell. It baa three cuatoinrn, to oue tor all otlic- kindH. 8m4 for iUa.tretee' CtWfnr ait IVi. Lit. TEE SINGER MLWACTHFJS3 CO., J-s". Canal St., SEW ORLEAN. Braniti Office 76 Dauphin Ru, MOI1ILE, ALA. SAM I), BLOCK, CilXlHIiLGEC, Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons, HARNESS rf SADDLERY, .Vo. 8 .Yorlh Water St., Cor. Hi. Alley, MOBILE. Polo Agency for Celebrated Studi biiki-r Wiijrnu. Price. checifuliy furiiiKhei npon ;i.p!irutioli. June 24. l-. 17-f.ni FERNAND S. FREDERIC, . Parisian Dyer, 9S S(. Francia 8: MOBILE. ALA. Anril !.", r7. T 1 v llve jour Job riinting dou t the Dkmoceat Siab oQice. Ladiea. Genta and Chililrrn'a Clothea cleaned ly tin- Chemical Iry Prm-e with out taking to pipf en, anil warranted ttot to.lirink Kcntlifra r.l.arhed', JiyedanH Curled. I'Hi-aw.lti Oraiutl and D.ieir. Silka, Velvefa, Filie Larea, Iace Cnrtaina, C'anhmerea, lilHiiket,etc. Glovea ckianed. J)rES WARRANTED FAST. FAll conntrr work entrnnted to me will receive rarrfnl aud prompt attntiivir. A. QZTXZZ s tlX0n SAIL PAKERS, STOlCYTKLLlNfj; How to Acuoinplish it hu l'opHlar. w tot Wl Bui.) KEW OKLKANS. Ill all ftiifeu mid in ll I ,...!. .. artof unrratin-AH Hiory by 0rd' been iirncticeil. ljiHlHfow i,y, iiIh hiiuiH'' the rrttt nt ....,' which the bate exercise,) H aril.; ItiOti tot tbO fiintr ol Z lit-Hieis Or reailers in iiibVM.ir the modem Hbvtd. Tbege'wi akiu to th artiHt wlin ditferj f the more .portrHit -.aintfr Ti lust can prodtici. a yU.m. which may be perfect in Ik-lit , nhiide, and eN'en in tutmm tint though this may ttre, it does not Ktir In m ration that we rtwanl to onei cnu produce a Kituation fHij., forth our emotioiis. Tlte fucuh which vmi iiioduce UiU H mat more lately met with. A well told title ia a rare as perlect day. It is the result , happy inUiieiiee and, like n wel developed man or woiran, nmt fttvorable viicuniKtancea tor iia d velopiiie nt. It owes imwh 0f ji iiitert'Nt to the langnngi) uSf(- , tellinff it and tho skill with wbio itn illiisliated. as in the blnvi Shakspriirc. The plotn ol imm of thette (days are no! tnifjiim, In the way in which tlie author Li made; from what were original but pliitntouis, piUeries ot life lit figures, is a Btrikfltj; proof of 1i power, A tdifiilnr effect is ofti produced by writers ot tales. It kIiows jrfi'iit Merit in Rt0l when tho incidents of it lin Ions in the memorr. '-Siliis Alar 'r," by George- Elliot, is a remmt ble instance of this quality. At one who has read this (alt mn hitvu noletl the easb villi whit each incident tuny bt;recnlleil, evt a Ion:: tittie titter it inis been mi and this characteristic seems tin suit from its beitt1; free from fupi (limits mutter, Iidiii the way which the main iiiciilenls u iioiiiideii and trotn the beauty hi simplicity of tho tout ensemble Love and war, wish tlie tvoti 1)1 resulting therelrom, form t lie ui teriiils of iiioxt l the iiiieient ki lies while the situations of t modern imels are the rexnlt complicated difticuliies inciilem a iiiore udvanced sttite of eivili: r ion. Lite abounds in iucidentx I ( lie inoderii tale writer. There n uiiiny people who fconflne their gt 'i"Mty to what they consider III own class, and w ho hjx'tnl time a money iu deeds ol charity, yet I hi mithii! tif woiirrilfiig the teelh ol those a little beneath them rank. They' are kind' niter Hi own lasliiou, but would sneril their deHiest li lends rut her III In-'e mi iueh ol their hard won cial station. Such people men iiioii lioth in teal life and in nov and when Ihestoiy of llieirtluii is well told it excites in the n:r mncli interest. To rend a void tor, iiaMisi l iri fleei. to Hpeudiii! a fe l" in pleasant ttirtipany, it eheem i relieves the mind of small ttotili that limy have vexed lose lli bold upon us, a i d w hen' ire red to them we lire so refreshed iiii'l ! vigor ted by Ihe aftinm of elim that they w'eii-li but liRhlly l us. Hoinefhries an incident rt'R toonr iDenroff?1 Some ol the flit' ores and ilanS of ifrft brief wm! id e.irly youth of which wrfall I lo prolong I ho rcuieinhraii Stories from other lands In"' "rent charm for young peoplei chililreii ; there is lor them novelty ot leiiiiiiug about fort'i customs and seein". I hat liumaii tuie iSHlike ia its tleep experieu tinrief very diflercnt ontwanl t and maiincfS. Governor Hill's Thsnk. lirocla inatioti lor IheiStaliti Yotk lias a nationtii ling h savsi The iiioiiiiiains Clothed trees, the valleys tilled with co Ihe meuilows rich raitli entile, I streams making tbo Mds g1"1 evert where speak the goodae" God.' And ho hs blessed its hejo all other iiatious in wide teacbt fertile farms, wilb their muilitij ol contented country homes, m'" the basy streets ot our iii"i' I"1 peroas cities; 'hete me t.oum' tjtiber by uo-jestm imtunil ' courses and by great bi built by the genius and iudutry our people. The giverolnllP jitfts has especially granted " piuecs and welfare iu tuejeiri is ending. We have been Ml hmiltu, we Lave bee.i prrterr from stille wllbiu our borders in peace with foreign have beeu given ubuudant ti( aud have seeu great lucres national wealth.'' Mrs. Susau lT Authouy, menting on Senator Iusall' n" ia the Form, sbsi ply wJJ Aud sgsio the -wr.St.( men a1 dependent class- W IW' derful suihicrty nisn wusi l to My this when he kuo have performed ibeirful en stisuthe Wealth ' ue . , and that men hsv. "JJT,, power snd lej;islatit into pJ!ses-tTii th result of tu 'j fc. Wfiaiai.'s bauds snd bran ,r, 1 Ml the. rnfolt i 'r'V,,! wore than srry clh,r m bj . in-.. a: e-.uii-ii-.f ' - j pon ia tits in uu lb- ItiltUIS II H , . lairt it caa'l get o:i "' 'r' With a!i bis boast, L'e h onl Esli, wiioonij -- Vnrbl ri hoaner S-iils A'ni"ir,, pinl 'I arp.n!it n4e to filer. Ih ttivm tn CctoB Duck ant conxtihity band. January 1, 17. t?.y