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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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' " ! ' J. H. HOICI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFKICE U RluwhM'. N. UliK-k, ovrr BMv.r.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
N)TAKY PUItl lC,
AsUUMMnllniwiiiM' Aj.y. C1icwiiW V. T.
H. Nehlr, Ttlhti, 4lhio. ' (' A rOilr
XII "ivJ iJi7ii'rAjlicJ fiT
Attorneys a ml Cuuiittollors at Law.
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' Tiro 4k:RroMfr,
ATTOINEVS AT LAW AND
n i m 1 1 ''Sollcilora In "linncrrv. .
Room., la Hln-vr't Nw HI-!., (P'atl lo Tonrl
lloa.a. l mm, lny I (in, u
LItlDrR TKM. WILLIAM M.JOKNION
SI fill &. JoIlllUII. '
Attorneys anil Counsellors nt Law.
OKKH P. in llnil-r.'Nrw Jlln, k.on rV"lliorr'.i lili
In. ilurvt V.to .iraii frofrtakainl Itffiltia and tlia
aoll.i'l ioa of all kinil. ol claim. prurully ullrmlrtl tu.
TIHrn, lifr. Iitn.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HairawtrtithaiaUe aM viv ttrlot aiteiiito'i
In all liailnrai anlruitod lo Inm. Oltit in lh romvrol
Kort'a Hlork, tliwtky alniva tlia tu n rtxnn of Mr.
Uaoix Taylor, and oji.ioiiw tlia Hliawhan lloaaa.
a aV p , 0i aa- a j- 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW)
JVotary l'ublir, antt
Oclmiii'iaixO'T: f' Krlm-kj anii,-('lifiiniMi.
i rKKICR irt"SttV.r(rtifthlraat,a.n' Maia
na Walnal .U., l-'lBclnnali.ililo. ociW-lr
coLIkction and land agency,
JOA i: At TIIOTIAV,
Or it ml Oollvrilnit and Land AranU, will rwomntlj
all anil lo lha eollrclmn of all olainia anirnll lothrir
cnA,'if f'n4 mA' aaajtnf it Will alto
aMaritt to hatel w Irxal tlvlo 1b narilrd in lnia
eating anila bTma Juativv ofiba Pac. 'ronaw'uh
(nf to hut or ajtl Land or Town I'ruoarty ill And U W
tUair aJvantajra to given oatl.
ttrrimcf - " I I.V.JONKH.
.nfilWfiX . & w TMDMAH.
BaratTO PAi.Maik Miitii, Kind I ay,
Joit 4 Hkowmi,
W-. P. H. Nftttl) - TirHi. -Vuitkb
k Cm., Kuaioria.
XTTOltNEY at L'AW,
A R D
General Land Agent;
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ari.hta( to ..lllixa lir r'ly narltnni, bj kaln
4a.riplin ol pnirty,trn,., ko.. for antrr.
rytuHca ia Hiiawhaa.'.CoutoiorBlalBlocli.OTarUi.
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t.mm In Hkawbaa'illl.kt k.DVM ilia Dank of Tiffin.
J C lork and Watcli-llakt r.
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OflbaBrfM qnaltly. A aupplv Of iha lallrt ha karapa
ooanataxilW h-and, U lp m l-UR-a. Thay ar
1m Irar W M Hwtli MnW iivMtvf s-atava-! I Til.
All order promptly attandad to. oiatU-lr
I 'JTUa aT;F l7Vaue Itajl
OfBeaaf thaT.fc Ft. W.R.R.C..,)
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t RTVoRt e r hi .can aaayl a p.rnikiifitrtvtnf
tmA lav-l'idln,.nM. ao tajtoa. ..aia .ocaplaii, ara
la th. Had .tory ol'Toiuli'. Illonk-coinrr of M.laand
Parry .Iraal.. tt. rt. Kl llr ILLU, Bac'y.
M. MO' ALloTKR.
Ilc A lister c Cowles.
J ) :.,.i-..aJSI.-.Oroa .P.. Ut.' N, . II loca I
asr-a. D At fDkti. ilTflV Vrf kh.I U.Hlir..lHM f Tl
oa riwf fvilitl tl'. baiowani .laaa.
- TiRia, Apfila, teieur '"
AMII.Krtrapaflivly lit form tha ptiMi I hat hia
bv'br-f hull, ftjotl.inf lit HfcaMtian ilaT it
bpva at all Lour, wltrr ha I rady lu cu.lumer
o;kuthav.a trim kairoal, and a lukurial hampMMiitf
triAaal)raia. Ih mw am hand aiv Ml' a and ra
ortltrriirhbairtTttt wttlctihc Kuafnit h rood
l,n. k... A. .UII.Ltt.
Mi.xk r s k w. a hi n n n a r p. im. ,
M "'"I'lluk of Millio.r, rsac 0d..
. 1 -
Uonnct?, Ilibbons, Flowrs,
mlf W.!it. Ylvl., PITI., rmhMilfr
lt Thf-n.U, N.IU.. Tin., tn 1tK oftch
r"irri trtnntyr.l triii!T ii rp-otltil)r In ir,l. Tt.
Pio-fc I oi !tr hfit qnnhlirxl wilt l KpfMl.fn
rta l Kfisl.lUw(r. AH kin.U ol Milltri work
iofirtnlh lt withttitiiai. il.
n"? rf'H-ntTnl for It'Ofs Hotitda.KriiyptUfi, K-lont
iv,ii(iBanimtirnniiiaitiiti and imnrlaa ol th
Room In Tomb't DH:li,nnMit tb Phawhia lto,
T'LIIP"I'M',"'",," """a R.TimiK, Jodn
T HaoamlllOA. R. Han. klMi laf a.pird
irta anrfafttfaail ka.a a..Mlai.il Hwim.Im niKr
Th rarpnaa of mlioniir l nn of fnmk,
TkoaolMW rra ii.onaplla.la thaaa.lMa. aahm
MrnMrnHwlnl, ami tha aama ralat will ba otnatrad
la lhaaaymoat of ltH,via!
3 inanUia eaal.
B. To kill, JOHN T. Ill H. . M. IIDRII.
A. U. HMKATH, JoMN HII.I.IU.
n. 3. Wenncr &Co.9
JciTorflon St., ncar(3ormnn CatLo
lin Chnrcli, Tiffin, Ohio.
AFINF tjH k f ilie Ulf tt ttvlot orR(i)p. tr ., fln.
t'lifrfin bl niannr and of lha mni dnrntd
matrriali, oonMntly on hand, ami prompll nial to
nr.Ur. mfii. II. ft. WKNM'.R A to.
Dr. T. UlCildoo
UTtl.l. prompt I attend to all rail, iihr In Tif
fin iMTonntrv.in a Imintilrrlnt to tha arflirtatl.
rarlfralarattxirlin paid to fVanaU 4liaaa. fhowr
and rinna hath nnnnrrtrd wtlh lh offlc. mciliratrd I
IfRili-fiiM"1 i-flittarv ot htmtlf. Omea wait of t ho ,
tVi.f,TilV.o, Ohio. .
. ii:ti:k vaakst.
niiy A. Carri.iKc .Tlanii
Enat nf the Conr It, in. r, on Mnrket Street.
I'llKri. f nit.U'Jth,lti&4
Tlrn. Ii. V. Allen,
MiHiaer &. Drees Maker,
t H..oa.i ovrrF K '. fluwlmn'. flora. Main .treat. -
lillia. Oliio, Oct. 13th, I.V 0 .
G.TAI M JOl:.
OrVim la rniawh.n', rtlork, M .totr, rllrartlr
no larlha I ribo,,. Olhca, M.rk.l Ureal, Tiffin, O.
AND llaalrr In R,..lrMlJ. Clolhia,, Clollia,
l.'no.iin.ra., Va.tlnsB, A! c.
rlnrvon .Main .trect. omiu.ita tha R.nn r'n-.t-
JAS. D. WHITNEY,
Wholoaalo Grocer and Conimisson
Mar. hanl.yo. Sft & SIS Wafar Hlral. illm-tlv onim.
ana fin. l llarlun H R lrpot, Hanilutkv. Ohio. Haw
an. ft nn.rl l-ojar., Inla.r., Hvnip. Rtra, Htarcli tail
nalltia. ol no. p. anrl laatll.a, I .a, I orlra, lia. Ilr
iar. for Fi.lt. Halt, rin.tvr. Walar Lima. Ate., omamt.
ly Dllail- Mocartagaehariad. tat3-lr
BANK OF TIFFIN:
Nil V HAM'S KKW HMK K,
Is now Organized and tiTi'nrcd to
trnn.art a prnaral lliinkina lntitta,.. Altt.b.nk will
pay Inbtr, on latpOMU, a. ftilloo.:
3 month,, 4 er crnt.
R " J
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E. DoRSKY, rr.'t.
tilft-tf A. II. HaKATit, Ca.li'r.
(LAI ti "OR1KH k I.VTI.fc.)
1 Wholesale Grocer,
And Commission Morcliant;
Daalrr intVlna,, I.iqnorv, Clffnr., iHrtin, anil hlait.
luP'tM'Irr, 4to., Ntiruiau Hall, 'it'at.l alr.l, Han
dnk.; .tkio. 1 arpliulr
(Formerly called th "City Hout.")
LEVI WEJIRICK, Proprietor.
Tho.nrl.r.lcn.tr).lre.lo Inrotm all hl.frian.l. anil
thaiat.patn.i tiiot'itr Una.., fn.wih. iia.i.) that 1
hi. boM 1. ra.il, I,., Id. ror.,-1 of ,..!.. Tha ,
iiuom .a. oaaa ra-uuot, M.fttrtll.tlMl aotl la BOW a,
fMHlM any 1. tha eootilfy,
antmhava .uljlin. attwJslirooomwnrlataanv num.
liarurhot.a.,antl willalway. Itava Hit nliuii.l.tn t offroil,
Tiffln1 Oclohor 1, IKS. IS tf
AVmU-Ih-mAV Jrwelry. CT.
IX. NolBOn, SSJZ,
lln villi- pt totanciitly Io-nuh in iluuiiy lial jnat opwnvd
al iMit;r' llrut and Hak tSbara. No. 1 hhaMhan'
Itrni'k.anilanllrlttaairttikiH'lionorhitttiM-k of Watt l.,
C'!oi-ki, Jawelry and fc Itaor tvaia, a,ai bopoa to mrrit
m aharu of putilm palrtmnr.
Hrpnirinf done in ttta boat tjrlofworkmanliip.
Tirlitv ianol. IHA a.
7! "A u iv m i mm a un v
".vr...-. ;.; avp .
J ir i sAs l t .'1 c o n u n n
Ifarjbrt retanml rWaa Now York and opened ft
Fill Assortment of .Mim.inery,
ritptprUlrif IJMi, .t'trvt, Haad-drat. Amarfcan and
rrviich Mower, hMit-r.iii(irR, Vaili, II atulVeniaaif,
Mllla, Kale itair.l'or.tM, Kttenaion Hkiii, Jko.
rho wiltbahanivro watt anon alt that favothar With a
call. Atl'Htltira pifintplly otlfnitcd to.
Ob MalaaUo(ia Blauk altlock. Tifltl. iplS
W. II. Iark, M. I.
P1IV81G1AN AsNli KUUGEON.
OKHI E on Muo.tro.1, oppMll. Blank'. Blnrt;
TiHin.Oliio. m.'.'T '5tl
Dr. Fraulliu Is at Dome again,
t. an. Imvuik atociatad tumaalf witk
Jin. BAMUEL GEE,
wm will mm all mmik ..traou, t. a, praptly, mni
IVarrant Kalisl'uc tion.
fir. Franklin htav la rwrniilt.il to ratninil thia eon.
Monity.ihat hi. ariMTi.-nca lo M.itii'ina anrl Ha,g.r
onabl.a hint to tnal diMaMd T..th and 'i,ai ulth
batl,t.uvr..a than .onto who .ty la thenlMlva. HtBOBOa
ll.oti.u, baltahoaaubuoj ta thai UU. uaUuyatliar lab.
Allp.rnoj havlnj DFCA YFO TPFTII. PtHP H
Ml Ui'Mr", at In aat of A K Tl Kil l I, TF ETII,
oillilo wvllturall at ourotfiga, oaa doot Wa, of bhanr
hun Hi,.!.., no Prrry ,t.
V. ('UANKI.IN BAMI ELtitE.
TO Till: ll 11 LIC.
ba oondactad, at ta, old Hand hy
woo, ttiaaiaiuj rot lavori paat, a.kt Uto cotioMd natron
aga ol hia
: OLD r'EIF.NDS and CUSTOMERS.
Ha ijat oadorinjr ft Largo aad wil arWottx.l
STOCK of aOS,
h. a.r. 1. . law Uaya.
C. C KEECH,
Hata, Caps, Fura, Duflalo Kohea,
Hm kalaiai aa4 WLtn Uluaa,and alittea; No. 1M
W M-rtrt, Hantttitkr. tMno.
I fyttinUwkt caah pricva paid for all kind of Fbt
aaitkm.i alt dal in brukaa baak aud anvnmut
nattnaTt ffo'd and ailvar oio, cicala. tap lit- Ir
IjhU.O.Srt witiiKit lo aatahluh Mannrad;tovta in a
xrv auJ itiruiiis pirtt Ri, Mtir bun i (ood,
aVU'alitUHW)! til Lit, I ooaMHuatoa Cou Jaidaul.
tifftll iWffllttt ITf i!uittl'f
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DEATH AND CUPID—AN ALEGORY.
BY JOHN G. SANE.
A'i' lio Imt oft hntli marrollcj hy
T Rila who ntlo aJxwo
Plimilcl oVr prmiit the vming to Jip,
Th t.lJ u. fl! in lute!
Ah lir ahniihl haplca, hunmn kind
IV I'tmialie.l ut nf aun'oh?
Tmv liaU a, .nil HTh. you'll find
41 y rliynw w.y git, Uie mxn.
DrAtli, strolling; out otic Summer', Jy,
Wot Ci'Pin, itii hi, arrow.;
And, lottrriiitj in niorry wr,
lYoHjKd cliaiifjo uf tM al
"Airiwd!" qllolll Ct'MB "I ficcc
1 hat tpiron'.t pntnc of rrora.
For yon iho Kinif of Hrrt ill bcl
And l'Jl U King o( I'trrumt"
And io "lwi dnn ulaa thr duy
That tiiultiplird their ru!
Ktu'h fr-iii tho othftr boro nny
A jwiion of hit dnrla!-
And thnt kplniiia tho rcRaon wdy,
lkpapiu the foU .ltvp,
Tha yoiiliff an1 oflrn (ioonird to dip,
Tliu ulj to full iu lovu!
BY JOHN G. SANE. From the Dublin University Magazine.
The Last Victim of the Scottish
-o., ... pvcu u.o u-
tdrcaae. of Kenelm Hamilton, who by
A s,,,;.. mn; i., , wi , 1
A Scottish mnidcn ! What a pleasant
viaion do not theae word c.ll up'. Who
Uiat haa ever kent hia twnl:ih of Anmt.f
on the northern nioora could fail to be re-
iiiiitui u iiy k.i -111 vi aumti uriini-evcu
I.u al r - 1 v. 1
U. , . .f , , ,
urn latirl Inuatn uu limit ha h r n.nt a .
"- "' -
lydawn of day croamnf, the mountain;
Rtreain barefoot, with her plaid thrown
over her fa,r hair, and her clear voice aintj-
It" i.; V L. ii ... V
tlio hoinea of tho Scottish
they will tiring bttore him Rome yet fmr-
er picturo of a puro palofaco, whore cyea
,Ve . f .'n h i.T, hf . K ,i ''I?'
apoke of R noble Rnd truthful Roul within:
Rnd he has learnt to lovo the rnce that
'."",',d.?.d y.fUl';1" "
ot, ...u-.t, , v, .V-Kmmmir
Lr,hnri. TM B0UU;" n,,rCdLB
dark and .tern l.dv waa' alio tmlv. ami
k and .tern lady w a, .ho truly and
) who brooked no rivals for they w hom
. had once embraced wero never clasn-1
ane nan once cimiracoti wero never claan-
ed to mortal heart ajram; .nd the lovera
whom ho pillowed on her bosom slept a!
knew no wakiiijr. Few there I
were, even of tho brave.t, who did not
shudder somewhat as they anw her keen
injj her unchaiijriiiiT wntt'li through Ktorm
Rnd sunahine, beneath the shadow of old
St Giles; the principal church of the
Northern capital; and oftentimes when
they aaw how the ground beneath hor
feet waa atained witli blood, they mutter
ed curses on the "lontliy maiden," that
had don. to death so many a gallant Scot.
Yet to Homo thia ifliostly lady (which was
nono other thun tlio public guillotine) ap
peared to have attractions, such aa many
a bright-cyed damsel would huve envied ;
for it ia recorded of tlio nolilo Martinis of
Arfjyle, the last who had died in her em
brace, when our story comiucnferi, that
he ran eatrerlv un the stenri. ami exeluim-
jn ua un im mo unu uu inn iuiii.a.
"This is the aweeteat maitlen I hnvo ever
kissed." Thia snying of hiR wbr often
cited, and the world wondered what hid
den pang had so darkened life for tho gal
lant noble, whose humane waa courted by
the fairent ladies, that he should die with
worda of such bitter nieaiiinjj on hiR lips;
but when, somo few years luter, tho maid
en pressed with her cold hand the throat
.a La 1.I.I LI. U....I I.
of htm who proved to be hor last victim,
4 , . . . .
ho strange and tragic circumstance of,
the Marquis .nd hia dying word..
It happened singularly enough, howev-
r, that these tWO, the Lord of Argyle,
.nd Kenelm Hamilton who aueeeeded
Vj- , hhtelr had boon In lifho
. . , ' "
deadliest enemies; Rnd by a peculiar chain
of circumatanccfl, which we sball now
proceed to detail, the death of one caused
that of the other.
It was about a month after the execu
tion of the Marquis, that Hamilton, whoao
raco.so cloaely allied to tho kings of Scot
land, waa even prouder than Argyle'a,
found himself compelled by political bus
iness to pass a night In the little town of
Inverary, close to which stood tho mag
nificent castle of the aamo name, which
had been the heritage of his dead rival. J
Never, perhaps, did any one approach'
that beautiful spot with trreater ill-will
, ,i I
than Kenelm Hamilton; he waa a young
disposiUon, of whom it wis olten said that I -
hiR love Rnd his hatred wore alike to be
droa.led, so ardent and passionate waa he;
uithert ho was tha second o.tjiat I
noble family of Hamiltoiis, botuveen wliom 1
tiid the Argles rliirre had been a deadly I
feud for many goneraUona pant Never,
however, had it burnt more fiercely than
in the time of which we write, when the
families had been represented by tlio Mar- j
quia who had just been compelled to lay I
hia lofty hoad at the maidon's fott, and!
Kenelm with hia wild and angry temper; !
for his elder brother was an idiot who' o
bore the family title, but lacked tho will
to defend their honor when assailed.
Dtwp had been Uie hate betwoou Argyle '
Hamilton, which even the new-islicd : er
Diood ol the former had not availed to
quench; for, in addition to the old clan
louti, wir-re was a private quarrel oeiween
them. whin), had f.,.ri,.i..,i,;t,Ur, hi,
traditionary hatred. The Marquis of Ar-
gyle had been betrothed almost from boy-
hood t his cousin, tho Idv Ellun Urn-
ham, and although tlirir engagement had j
been a matte, of fainily arntngement he
loved her we 1 Ritd truly; not .o the lady,
however. Bho had not bo.n conisulted
when she waa bound, whilti yet a child
to me juarquis, and, with the true lonii
niae spirjt.oj contradition, aha rvtndved to
V. f. t. 1 1 l ....1 L. ..1
aome unlucky chance had fallen lu love
with hia rival's bride. Their wedding waa
even now fixed to take place in a few
months, and thia circumstance, no doubt,
explained the last words of Argyle, which
were netuiuoa lo Ufc tlie means ot one day
bringing hia enemy to the arms of this
same cruel maiduu whom be himself had i
embraced with o much fervor. And now
recollection of that laat bloody scene
doubtless, heavy on tha heart of Ham-1
aa he rode down the mountain path I
Which lad to Inverary Cantle, and the lit-
tie village Uiat lay at ita foot. It was a
cold and gloomy winter night; the dark-
was intense, and Uie wild north wind
weut .bricking and howling through the
pats, aa if it boro ujion iu wingu the souls j
,h'"' ho h,1 "I''''"! In me prtt
", , T '""', m.r lellovr, there
""'V1" 10 Inhal.iUnta inlo their
L..u.. ,A l,n ... i.:. . ..
poaed to bo fastidious, and havin.r thrown
ff hia dripping mantle, and diaencuniber
aleepthnt ed himself of his heavy ridiii.r.btK.ta, ho
sat down on the oaken settle ot,nitn !,
,v',vn, line, luuijti iltu llltll i;uilluruBttea
lip, whith iocmed tQ nAit.nie thnt MFhe hod
Tli? knight, of thoso times, who
fo"ed "eltll0r death nor danger, were
freat1ly P.r',,ne.tj uP,'rhtltion: "d Hamil
in to"' n,l-''"Juded and nnpotuoiiR aa ho waa,
P1rovcr'1 oxcrption to tho rule. Ho was
t,,ereforf heartily glad when the Innkoep.
ru1tUT,e1 T"- Uroke t,IB t'miI,0U, ''":
wll"'h ,llld "PI" "sod him.
.4'Hcre, Elspcth," said Campbell, ad.
dreading the liguro iu tlia broad Scotch ol
those d'iys, which we will not attempt to
reproduce, "Here'R a gentleman, cold and
hungry; como and sou what you can find
Hamilton listened Rnxiously for the
'Round of her voice, feeling as if it would
a relief to hear her speak, but she ncv
and opened her lips; she rose up however,
he felt, aa he aaid, like a new man alto
ma getlior. Filling his glass sgain, he invit
was, ed Campbell to join hun, and the two be
ilton gan to converse together on the events of
the day. Kenelm sat with his back to
the blind girl, and, aa ho never moved or
spoke, he aoon forgot her presenco Rlto
neaa gether, and had wellnigh forgotten also
the necessity of concealing his name and
lineage from these vetaiuora of his ItAt,
ai;unj,WniiP uie or Brnteh fim pl.xid
tip like apectrpn Rmontr tho hlck irrn
'cka. Truly itwvten rroninr; onwtiirh
the atotitoat liiirt niijlit plmlly arok R
hfltor, end llnmllton wi tin though
orrlr Rf;int hiR will, to rent for the
nii'ht In the domain of hi, pnemipa. Thie
hnd been no part of bin intention when he
act out on liii journey; he hed boon Rr-
compnnied by two of hi retainer-, and
uVdisjnod to hRve pawed at a little dia-
tanco from Invnrary early in the dav.and
have lodired for the liirlit in a caiileat
diatane.e, and bolinjriii to a kin-
man of hiR own; but, unhappily that mor-
nin(t one of hia jmitlea had been thrown
from hia horne, and injured ao aeverely
tlint hia lifo wna doe paired. Some houra
wero apent in oonvnyinir the wounded
man to a rcatintMilaec; and H.imiiton,
whoae niiaaion ailmitted of no delay, waa
to leavo him in charge of hixeom-
ratio, and punh on hia road, although tlio
ehort December day waa already clonini;
when he atarted Rijrkin.
Ho rodo on a a r.pldl. as ,0 could, but
tlio duknuM aoon beenmo o impenetra-
bio that he repeatedly let hia way and
When, at laM the ItehUof Invcrary oleam-
ed through tlio driving miat and rain, ho
r. lt that it had becomo a matter of nocea-
Rity that he Rhould real there lor tlio night,
RR hia jaded homo waa atnnililiiifi at erory
atop, from ahi-cr fatipun.
" """ii nines, ween every
,, r," u erame nan 111 a
"'""'Iton vent.irinK into Inverary and ea-
nnr a v ih nnrtir.,lr 11. l.ji..
Len known I ,V keA," V ""Z "
.i.i r .1 " . "
heint, .eon bv anv but , Uu . . "
. . " v nni
inn whnrn hn niP.t .l..nn rt !...
' - I', t' II (M 11 11 V
.., ... n.. .
aR peraonauy uilKliown, ana who would
not b likely to .u-pect that a aolilary
horaeman, unattended by a allele retain-
er, conu bear .0 proud a name.
v juutfuii rijfruiy. jkoncim rotiounmo-
,Uftl..u .nu uiitu8irvcu tiiroiiifh llto itt lo
t ,wn, the atreeta of which were, in fact,
Uon, that even the door of the inn waa
B,,ul a "u"ic!'n' PHf lht no pueat.1.,!
.were expected at the-'Ariryle Arm." that
- ..TA'.!!"JJ .?-'"" ?f
vwuiBiT. aim u BUiruT a csciJLl km nun rjiiilil
.ffurd, for that ho little cx ected ai.y vi
itor. on a nii'ht ao "unrannv "
II " 't. .. ""l".
.n ...i r;.. .. Z i . , ' Lr..." . m
Hamilton ..., him ho ..... .v.
iiujru nrepinre j wlnlo Campbell went
out to seo that tho horse was attended to.
Left to himself, Kenelm began to look
around him, and he was much "truck by
U .. i
mo ociitu which preaeiuea useil within
tho room. The Inure fireplace, which v.'ttR
filled up with wood, sent a briirht and nid-
dy glow over tho whole room, and light-
ed up with a brilliant glaro the figure of a
woman, who sut at one corner of
the amplo heiu-th, and who was the only
other occupant of thn apartment besidea '
himself. There waa something very pe-
culinr in the appearanca of thia girl,
which riveted Hamilton's gnze in spito of
himself. She Rat perfectly motionless,
excepting for tho rapid movement of her
lingers, which she was employing in knit
ting, her plaid thrown back from her head,
left a pitle face exposed to view, which
waa marked by a singularly frigid and yet
ily no means vacant expression. Thia
was caused in part, no doubt, by tho flxod
sinro oi ner iigiil-uiuo eyes, winch never
moved in their socket, nor brightened
with a sparkle of life; it was evident that
aha was stono-blind, while there lurked
l!naa u- .l.t J
all the acute near!, amountinrr almost to
cunning, which often characterize, per-
aons thus alllicted.
The countenance was far from bcauti-
fill scarcely evon pleasing yet it im-1
Hamilton with a aunse of power
audi as we often feel and yet cannot do-
fine In tho pre.onco of persons uuknown
us. She gave no sign of being con-
aciou. of hia presence, but he fult .howaa
aware that he waa in the room; and as he
continued to wutch her aitting there In
her strong ImpasHiveneBH, an indefinable
feeling of shrinking and dread took pos
session of him, for which he could not ac
count. Ho hud been thinking of hia ri
val's bloudy death, and it struck him that
the implacable "maiden" who bad taken
voutur life mie-lit have been fitlv
represented by this weird damsel who sat
there ao like a blind inexorable fatowcav-
""' mw u.o a unuu IIICAOruuti
ing , web of inevitublo il)um
once, aim oegan to move about iu a
Rtrango mechanical manner, her bliiidiiena
v8 pp"rciii mm nu guiueo
fcorae f bv the touch, while the starintr
glB"By fyc aeemed to him obsolutoly
(ihastlv a. the pasned near him. Site
placed aome oatmeal cakea and dried tinh
on the titlile, along with a jug of whisky,
.nd ...unred to her place by the fire,
where she .at Immovable a. belore.
"Is ati.t your daughter!" .aid Hamilton
to Uie ii.nkeopor, a. he invited him
draw near and eat.
"My only child; and blind from hor
' was the reply, uttered almost with
sterunexs, a. if the .ubjoct were painful
"Klspeth'a not like other folks, and you
had better take no heed of her."
Hamilton took tho hint, and aaid no
more, w hile he applied himself to the rude
fare set before him with a keen-set appe
tite. Nor did he .pare the whisky, which
waa wonderfully cheering after his wet
ride; and w lieu he had fiuiidied bia repast
"Yo come from Kdinftom,' then," a.ti.l
ttie inn-kcoper. kin.llinjr tith andden
firrcoiicsii; m,d, clom hitiff hie fiat, he
'itntck It on the tnble with i violent lilow,
1 exr Utminj: 'Tiireeii on the bloodr city !
the City of mtirdererx! Rnd nmy tlie tiro
from heaven come down Upon it and em
tio Runto Itl"
"Amen," Raid a deep, atom Toire, al
to moat at Kenelm'ii enr, and he .tarted' in
aome Toluntnrily an lie anw that it liad rums
from the Mind woman' lips. Homethlnff,
;too, In the mithlen paraion of the t amp-'
; hell had atirred the anyry blood within
himaelf, and whiNt an involuntiiry inctlnet
told him whnt train of thought hnd tlitia
fired the retainer of Aroyle, he had innch
ado to hiilo hia own aiita-oniatic reel
obliged iiiffa. "
j '-Yoti penk ahnrp'r. Master Campbell "
he Raid, at Inat. "the capital of Hcot
In .land la hehohlon to you In ruth
"Ay," aaid the Highlander, hia brow
'prowint; reO with Ruppresaed rture-"but
why ahotild I curae the aeiiaelea, OIIP
thooeh they were atained With the blood
'of the n.dilo Lord Arvlol Hnther let
jine curae hia em nii.R, who drovo him to
'the death, hia bitter foe, who made Ilia
life o dark to him that lie waa fit in to
break a.ime pretty law that he mirrht die.
'"l"' ."" " no mm neen cailetl
"Villain, nn.y that word," he thund, r
out, al,o Ih J pure drivel w
whrn he w. atartli-d into an!,l.-n rr-
mi'mhrnnre of his p.witlon. Allmlinir to
! ime rolitirnl rvinL he mini!..nnJ il.. .
hnd hpcn t ltolvrol thp iter hrforp.
,t uraea, then, I Ray, upon truitor the Ham-
iilton, who atole hia bride."
"Amen," the ileen voice anawered, but
thia time Kenelm hoard it not: hia lierv
1 : .. . ,"""'""' 'y
; IT" 7.; l.T .Jl .7.
""'i" ' 'A? "
ai r,hu vnilllHll' IIr PttVIIllf:
l , "
I "I neither know nor
, keeper, riainir al.o. "
not only ci.r.oa upon l
euro," Bitld the Inn-
Hut I nnr rat more:
would hnvo brnuirht ft main umm Arirrlr'ii
! timtj-honopod umna hn.t K l....m. ui..
In another mo-
mcnt Hamilton', dirk was gleaming in hia
I, j n-uutiin, iiiina
"Hia ladv lieht-o'-lovo ' rettmtorl th
Can,phell,with .mockiu, Rume.atthe
an in a timn tnt.i..ak . .lA....l
'ii"tiiuK iu urmnu
lt:..l.t... I... r..n l . . .1 .
UTb pJuDKod V Into
ni. DnNun up to tho very hilt, excl.,min,r:
7n, w'ith th. ("n Tie taVour iZttf"
. ' "iroui.
d' UP (fr'n, one trunir convuUion of
uie siaiwart iiinus, aim Ciimpbcll was
Maiden. (CONCLUDED NEXT WEEK.)
The 'Dashaway Association.'
respect., to the original Wasliiiiirtonian
"P""4 t llaltimoro. The oririnul ninu
youni; tno" atartera wore habitue, of an engine
nd memhera of tho company that
propelled the machino. They hud' boon
'tour or five dRj'R on a frightful 'tear,' with-
"umber tho first governor of California
'who has been for years a continued ino-
riate also lawyers, actora and civilians
Ifradee, from the highest to tho low
pressed eat from those who tippled in fashionablo
'Rcioty, in fashionable saloons, among
tne politician, of the day always liberal
la'i0"t election time to thoao who took
entertain their guest, or friends with'im
A Snn Pranclaco correapoiident of the
Cleveland Herald thun explains tho oriiln
of tho celebrated Temperuiico League of
i ;r- . 1
A temperanco movement has recently
been atarted in thia city, Rimilar, in aome
out froing out of tho house, whnn miukt
ml other 'msecU' that usually follow such
orgiea, began to appear,
At length a dawn of reason reached one
of tho party, who waa worm-eaten clean
through, when ho rose on his tottering
'''P' "n(l nervoualy exclaimed, liny.',
jl' 'h this d d stuff away, and
drink no more. 'Agreed,' aaid threo or
'"r' '''m hanged if I dont,' says another,
""u u' grees ino wnoio nineteen
'C8,ne in and signed a moral 'Declaration
t Independence.' Subsequently tho
!w'"olo company aigncd tho contract.
Prom lil. littln u....wl tl...
"m j.w.i. au ino ivunn
.way Association,' numbering now about
fifteen hundred members, including in its
the quiet 'snifter' of double-breasted Mia
nio-rillu whisky on the dock and wharvea.
J here i a peculiarity about una tem
perance organization that I have never
seen In any other. It is this: the mem
bers .imply pledge themselves to abstain
from all intoxicating drinks, but they arc
. r. t i , . ... -
not. toruiuuun to ueui in mo article, or to
A 'Daahaway' frequently takes oda,
while hiR friend, whom he aska to drink
with him, takea 'iron juice' or 'brandy
straight.' Ho far there haa boon but few
fallen from grace. ' Many 'whisky mills'
about town feel their influence sensibly
about the 'till,1 and the aociety, aingulur
aa it may seem, number among it. mem
bers several 'bar-keepers,' It waa origi
nally intonded that none but fully grad
uated 'soakers' should belong to it, but ao
popular haa it become that many, even to
clergymen and doctora, never known to
Indulge, have solicited for admission Into
toLpringa of tli aluvery-hating Democracv
(of imS-60, llioae antecedenta would jut
be ia play , but as Uie present Democrat
birtli, j0 partv have become tho worxhinnftra.
Democracy are at a 1 oss to know
what to do with the antecedent, of Judge
Ranney, their candidate for Governor, on
the"Fugitivo Slave Law." They first
denied that he either attended the meet
ing, or made a speech at Cantield in ISoO
denouncing tho Fugitive Slave Law; but
w fi ndiniV Uihr arat iinahl a to nrnin .n
. """'"rT '"' 7 "ro unable to provo an
alibi, they admit he was there, but swear
ho did not open his mouth. However un
pleasant It may be to Judge Ranney, and
his party, the proof la on record Hint he
TunVe i ,7ri n to K
JlU) d'eath ,f
Democratic, party were the legitimate off-
waa not only there, but mads an inflama-
abetters, defenders aud lovers of alaverv.
and the Fugitive Slave Law, they place
them in an awkward position before Uie
people. Gentlemen, to deny ia folly.
You had better coiiTesa tho corn, aiid aay
that your candidate has become metamor
phosed, and now stands squarely on your
Tory croucuing piitiorm. lha ile-mocracy
will believe it.
Sicrii'Icart. It ia a significant fact,
thnt of the thirtrin Senator, from North
ern States who voted for the repeal of Uie
Missouri Compromise, in 1854, only one
yet remains in Uie Senate. Mr. Duuglus
is left Etnnding alone, like a tomb-stone
to mark the political grave of his confed-
eratea in thai Conspiracy agnunt freedom.
Ohio Htule Jaurntt!.
Food--Prices and Demand.
Thn Wet ia gorged with tod, and yet
pinea for the mean of life. (he ha jn.t
'reaped a most magnificent harvost, and
,yet it. withoat a spare dollar in her pock
; et. There is no end to her produce; nor
any end apparently to her destitution.--Phe
l In want of tho very first of all civ
' ilied necessitiea. Wp don't metn broad,
fof tho savage also need that, but a mar
jiff. She knows not where to send bur
(wheat. F.uropn has enough of hi r own.
The Midtllo States hare as much ha they
care for. Cold New Knglnml w hich ran
not prow it, w ill require some, and so will
tho hot Hotilhj but nothing like the quan
; tity the West Would be glad to dispnee tif.
'There Is no demand corresponding to tho
laiipply, neither will there he, we tttuey.in
(time to conic, except in occasional ycara,
when extraordinary causes operate abroad,
liko Wrt or aignally bRd weather. . In nr
jdinary years, "the quantity of wheat Eu
rope will want from the VVext will be but
a mere handful to whnt the Weal is ablo
to furnish. The demand abroad, ainre
the porta of (ireat llriltain wtro thrown
open to ita frt'oatlinia.aion.haa nut incrraa
cd In anything like the ration of the in-
rreae or supply, nor will it In the future.
What then has the Went to do! First
she must make up her mind to aell for
lower prices, ami du w lint sho ran in thia
Way to enlarge her market both a( home
and abroad. Wheal is no rxceptiun to
ithe general rule that cheapness promotes
demand. Ar prices fall, consumption in
jcvitahly increases. And tho price of
wheat mu,Mt continue to fall, for the Went
Is every year enlarging her limit, bring
ing new taitii miner t ullivattoti, and uNi
ishing new supplieR. It is aa idle for Ohio
ami Illinois to hope to keep up wheat
to the old Htand.ird as it was forty years
ago for South Carolina and Georgia lo
look for a rontinunnco of the old raleafor
cotton when the States beyond wero fill
ing up with cotton-planters. Moreover,
there are other ratines, besides the ex
tending area of cultivation, at work to
lower the price of wheat particularly the
almost universal use Into which resping
machines and thranhinrr machines and all
the improved agricultural implc inunls of
the day aro rapidly coming throughout the
great agricultural region of the North
West. One of these machines can do
tho work often or filVen men, and they
aro completely revoliitionixing tho old or
der of things w lion labor was the rhiefel
ement in the cost of production. Tho
steam plow, which has been recently
brought to great perfection, will prove an
other most powerful auxiliary in saving
Inhor and cheapening production. The
WcHt then must reconcile herself to the
necessity of low prices for her great cum
mercial staple, and not only for this yar
but for all ordinary years hereafter.
Yet there is R mode of putting a limit
to this downward tendency of gain, and
but one; and Uiat la by enlarging and
strengthening tho home market. The
loom and the anvil must be recognized aa
tho natural allies of the plough and the
harrow. The mechanics arte and uianti
lncturcra open new spheres of empl tu
rnout, and gather masses of population
who have noed of tho product, of tho far
mer, and, throughthoirown productive In.
dustry are ablo to pay good prices for the
same. A foreign market not only invol
ve, the loss consequent upon distant
transportation, but it is at best very lim
ited and very variable, for there I. not .
nation in Europe w hich does not make it
a point to raise ita own breadntuff. from
its own soil. Tho West In thia respect
is very differently situnted from the South.
The latter has virtually a monopoly in her
great staple; and other nations have no
homo growth with which to maku them
selves independent of her. It ia of com
paratively little consequence though we
think of more consequence than Bho im
agines whether she bus a homo market
or not; for she is sure of a foreign mar
ket. Tho West has no aasurance. The
custom Europo accorda to her is at bent
but contracted and precarioua. A homo
market is hor only substantial depend
ence. Tho time is not far distant when sho
will realize thisaaaho has never yet duiio.
The great body of her Representatives
and Senators have hitherto actod in oppo
sition to all measurea calculated to pro
tect end foster the arts and manufacture,
of their own section and the country at
large. They have been accustomed to
regard free trade in wheutasthe rumnum
botium of thnir Industrial lifo, and have
behoved thnt tho barometer of their pros
perity ami adversity hung nowhere but in
Murk Lane. IUrd experienoo is. we
trust, gradually curing tho West of thia
great mistake. Sho ia learning tho les
son that without tho advantngoa of a large
mechanical and manufacturing population
in her own midst, or at least near at hand
aa consumers, the demand for her prod
ucts must he small in proportion to her
supply, and that she ia constantly drained
of her gold by paying for manufactured
gooda wuich she must have, .ml yet can
pay for in no other way. She is fast find
ing that she will tlirivo best in and with
the thrift of her own kith and akin,
Colored Suffrage. From the Ohio State Journal.
The Minnesota Constitution, which
waa ushered into the world under tho
profeaaionai services of Gov. Mcdary,has
the following provision admitting to vote:
"Persons of Indian blood residing in
this State, who have adopted the language
customs, and habits of civilization, after
an examination before any District Court
of tho State, in rvch mannrr m may ba
provided by law, and shall have been pro
nounced by said court callable of enjoy
ing the rights of citizenxhip within the
Democracy In Ohio resolves that "her
laws should be made and her destinies
controlled by white men exclusively.'
Thia Minnesota provision ahows the va
riation in democracy where its success
depends on colored sufl'rage. Tho feder
al government haa it. Iadlsn Agents re
sident In the Minnesota tribes, and all the
government presents and favors are made
to promote tho democratic ticket- 1 It is
easy to see that Agont. dUpensioj Uiese
presents and persuading the Indian, that
tha favor of their proat father at Wash
ington depends on their supporting bin ad
ministration, can entirely control their
votes. In this ease we have colored vot
ers and federal pensioners combined; ig
nr.raut savages inarched to the polls by
government officials, and madu to believe
that the favor of the President and their
payments depend on their voting ticket
which Is placed iu their hands.
This is eminently democratic, tin par
ty ia exceedingly pleased with colored
voters when it can control thtun, and
wants to extend the same system into
ffanaaa; even refined (t sin (ho consti
tution because It did hot grant suffrage (o
Indians, and extend tho bound. tries so as
to take In more of Ihrm.
Hut tlio leglsTnture of Minnesota have
'passed Ho law providing fof an' pjtanilna
ltn Into tho rtistoma II ml habils of the
'Indians, therefore it would seem that they
are not voters, hut at the rtrrtmn two
years ago, (til Indiana who have dixc trdvd
th eir breech clouts Rnd blnnkets and ap.
pearcd In a "Civilized dress." were l.rlrl
to be entitled to Vote, tinder the Coliotitu-
;tion. ' Under this construction of tlie low.
w clinvcbi Cn told IliRl" whole tribe, of
wild Indiana were brought to the polls by
Indian agents, each one of hem, by put
ting on, for tho t iuio being, a "civilized
coat," was permitted to CR-t hi Vote
one old coat thus sufficing to "civilize'' a
whole tribe. This was, of cmise, jut
equivalent to giving each tntlian ',",rt a
mtny vole as he had adult male Indians
finder his charge. It seems that prepara
jtions aro being made for a repetition of
'the same fraud. James C. 1'rntt, In a
Ih a communication to the St 1'aul Times
on this Subject, says: '
I was at Yellow Medirlno during the
recent 'pay nient' of tho I'pper Hiont.
About one hundred of the red men w-rre
sheared, and dressed in the apparel of
nine men. i revious to the operation, Su
perintendint Cullen addressed them
through an int preter, and staled that he
wished to have them voto nt tlio next
election, aid vole the Drmvcralit lickrl,
Blondin at the Falls again.
From the Buffalo Commercial.
About 15,000 people were prcient at
M. lllondin's exhibition yesterday, aeon
sidcrnhlo number, say thirty enr loatls.be
sidea Uioae who went un tho boat hav
ing gone from this city. There were e'
cur.ion parties present from Milwaukle
ami several of the western cities.
It waa shout fivco'clock wheri M. Won
din made hia appenranco at tho American
end ol tho rope, and ten minutes later he
ascended it, with manclea on hia wrists
Rnd ankles, which were connected by
chains which were also attached t i a col
lar he had around his neck. His fct
were not bound together, nor was hi.
arms; but chains wero passed from his
nock to each wrist, and from his nock to
eich ankle. After ho had proceeded a
short distance he crouched hia body and
walked a little farUier as a slave would
walk heavily laden with chains; alter
which, ho proceeded in his usual way,
stopping several times to exhibit feats
such as we havo, in previous accounts dc
scribed. He remained on Uie Crnada aide a little
over half an hour before ho started on his
return; when he took with him a good
aiied Russia Iron stove, snd the appur
tonances necessary in preparing an onio.
let, including a pair of kitchen bellows.
The stovo, with tho other things hanging
to It, ho carried on his back. At about
midway of the rope he sat down upon It,
plncod tho atove In front of him, and pro
ceeded to mako a fire, which, howovcr.he
had aome difficulty iu doing, aa the w iud
was blowing strongly niid extinguished
the light of hia matches before it could he
applied to tho combustibles in tho stove.
Hut he succeeded sfter whilp, and tluwc
on shoro could seo tho smoke, as it csme
in considerable volume, from s length of
common stove-pipe which ho had fasten
ed upon hia atove.
He hnd on the kitchen rarments of the
cook of tho International Hotel, and who
r present, might hnvo envied him, as he
coolly, and we presume, artistically went
forward with his ooukiitg operation, .mak
ing no litter on the floor of his kitchen,
out throwing his egg-shells and refuse in
to the wator. In a short time the emo
let waa prepared, and let down by means
of a cord to tho anxious and perhaps hun
gry passengers of the Maid of the Mist,
Vilio missed tho suspended delicacy on
their flrMt attempt to seizo it, but who
succeeded in grasping it aa tho position
of the boat was changed a littlot and then
waa there a little strife among them aa to
tho division of Uie t me let which, prepnrod
untler such circumstances must havo been
a luxury indeed.
After tho omelet was finally disposed
of, a bottlo of wine was studied to M,
niondln'a cord and ho drew it up, but
probably he poured the wine tfoien again
immediately after Hia dutv aa a cook
discharged, M. Illondin secured the stove
on his back and walked rapidly to the
shoro. His appearance, as hd reached
tho bank, waa amusing, not to Say ludi
crous, with tha stove on his bark, the nine
"sticking up," and sauce pans, tongs,
hand-bellows, etc,, hanging on the etove.
During his exhibition, he Was often cheer
ed bv the male portion of the spectators,
the ladies manifesting their enthusiasm by
w j .. I 1 I
-,. u, piirasots ana nana-
kerch efs: and when kfl ,eA il-t...,l,
- .i...r.....-..- ... ,
.!;: w woo uim i en i tig "iiurran, arm a
rush for him, but he Managed, without
much embarrassment, to get to his Car
riage, when he was immediately driven to
the hia hotel, and the crowd dispersed.
M. Ilioudin is to give another tight rope
exhibition, with tiro-works, at tho Falls
on Wednesday evening next, at 6 o'clock.
The port Ji boon (Mis,)Keveille states
that a convention of Uio Democratic party
Claiborne county, met pursuant to call
at port Gibson, on the 8th Inst. Among
the resolutions adopted on that occasion
the Reveille givea the following:
. ."Resolved, that we deem It duo to e act
itisucc. rquai ngtiu and sound polit y, to
declare, aa the voice of Una meeting, tliat
ro much of thn 5t h artl.-ln nflkollh
so mucii 01 me zin amcio oi me fin sec.
,t ik. a . j f, 1. o. . ,
tion of the Revised Cot. of t ,,. State a
declsire. against he legal r,r lit. and for
bids the brutging into tiiis Slate of slaves j
iruui ueyuitu toe iiintis 01 tne i;iniea ointes
f the Umted blntes
.00(1, ought to ex-
es; and regarding I
under tho pealty of
punged from the otutut
the said enactment as an cudorsernet of
uie Federal usurpation, as a i QacU. up
on the institution of Slavery, aud ae be
ing cuntrai y to sound Southern policv. we
do further dcclair it to be the senae of
till, meeting that thn legislature of this
State ought to repeal .aid enactment at
its next regular session-
The Growth of Grain in Ohio.
The Ohio State Journal publishes the
stattistios of wheat and Corn harvested in
Ohio In the year lo.rH, according to lha
bgurea, in secretary kbppart ulliee.
seems that there wero l.ti'J."),4li acres
wheat sown, and 17,(ii6,4S3 biibhela
lly Uie same tn'jltt wo iearn that accor
ding to the assessor al returns of last April
there were bl,.Vl'l sheep hilled by deys,
valuedst llH.tif. -
ODDS AND ENDS.
"Do fott drink bale in jiirteTirni atfieo?
"No. w-e drt'nft (hrmdelf and r!tl''m'nr,'
replied tho Vanketv
"out did I t-H what time I rn with!
my hide John !"
"ro; what wa it !"" ' " '
"Why, I Was showing him the Martyr
thrown indi lira lions, tint was t!l:fg
tert solemnly in (urn, try in a to frtatohinf
ft el what a terrible thing it as.
Rtiil 1. J all at ettcj'O, ma ! hi,. .(
that poor little lion way behind Utcrt k
' iT" f "
A grand jftror, hating1 ppUe t ths
judge to ho rxeftsed from serving, on aa
count uf deafness, tho judge said:
"Could jot, not hear my charge lo (h
jury, sir!" .
"leaf I lfard yonf hrtim's charge'
said tho jtir'T, "hut I couldn't inftie any
ra. uf it." He Was excused.
A schoolboy of stout six yesrs of agr
approached tiro master with boM bsh
snd St'lf-crftifitli'iit sir, and 'bo f;,U.. ifig
"M iv I be dismissed, sfr ?''
"rVhat WtooU hsre yoft fof ffiaxir-j (h
request, Thomas !"
' I want to take my woman ot)t a,teigh
When Is a wall like flshf When 1(
is scale I.
FYaflStSR fRoVISJB. liVO frfe, !o4a si
Tho flv w no knit hor brow has conf
menced a pair of socks.
Why is tho letter 1 tha gaycKt flf' tttf
alphabet I Uecaitse it is alwaya in fun.
Who were the first astrologers 1 The"
stars, becatwo they first HuJtied Ihc bcav
The poor fc'lhiw w ho cnnltln'l htddi hi
own, has been arrest d for taking notk-'
rt't. .,, . ,
"I live by my pen," said a vulgar stith
or to latly "You look, sir aa if yoti
ought to live in a pen."
It may sound like a par ado X, yet th
breaking of an Rrmy'a wings is a pretty
sure wsy to make it fly.
"Where sliitll I put this paper so rs ta
bo sum of seeing it t i-morrow !" inqr.ired
Mary Jsfis of her brother Charles. "On
the Imihtng-glnss" was tho prompt reply.
Mr. Snub perceitcd that the milk ft
wss pouring Into his eno-enp was none
of the richest. On this; he sard to his
hostess: t m , i
"Hsvii'tyou sny MilU Hist is a little
more cheerful thsn this I'' '
"What do you mean by that V1 1 "" '
'Why, thia milk secrus overpowered
with the 'blues."' ...
A home without girl in it Is only half
blessed; it is as orchard wiUtout blossoms,
and a spring without a song. A hous
full of sons is liko Lebanon with Ita re
dnrs; hut daughters by the fireside ara like
the Roses of Sharon. ' '
A letter from I'iko's Peak, says thai
gambling and whisky-drinking flourish
thero cxtunsivuly.. Tanglefoot whisky
sells for tweuty-livo cents a drink and "it
will almost make a man shed his loo
I Its Ijoet DaRLts . Not lonri4Uwt m
man in search of R child waTtailed by
ponderous Hibernian, who thrust his half,
naked fraiuo through the window of a di
lapidated three-story Wooden buildinrr.a
"Is it a shild yo want 1" "Yes." "About
three year, owld!" "yes." Ha. he
fair limr, blue ryes, red stockings an'
smoke-colored gaiters!" "Yea." "Hail
ho a plain dresa and white atraw hat un
Mm!" "Yea! yeR I Is he up therewith
you!" "Ah, no, sir, but I saw his mother
a while ago lookiu' for the darliu'." , ,
A country newspaper, recording tlie
running down of a cow on the railway,
said, "it was cut into calves." Anaaton.
ished naturalist waited on the editor, for
what tho auctionoore call "further Inl'oro
mstlon," and received it in the followln
form! "Erratum fur calves, f cad halves.'
Mist Dsiso ths Girls. .The young
men of the city of Fon du Lu have a do
bating ciub, snd in order to secure the sU
tendanoo of the latlles, whom preseac
might materially contribute to the pres..
perity of the Association, recently adopt
ed the following rUlel
"Resolved, That any "irmtjcr who shall
attend oar meeting hereafter, nnacconipa-
iiiih uy at, seasi one latly, shall be fined
one peck of apples for the use and bene
fit of tlie Assoc.iat'oii,"
[Watertown (Wis.) Democrat.
A Wirx ia TuoiiBLaV.
my dear, what is the cause of thus t.r.t"
"Of such a disgrace I I have olM-nl one
of your luttrra, supposing it was address
ed to myself. Certainly it looked more
hke Mrs, than Mr." "I. that alii What
harm can there be for a wife to tpcu ber
husband's letters 1" "Hut the contents I
u ch di p .
""CO disgrace I
"What I baa anv on
dared to writo me a letlor unfit for my
wlfo to read I" "Oh, no. It la couched
lu the moat chaste language, t But the
disgrace I" Tho husband eagerly caught
up the letter, and cotimenced reading the
epistle that had been tiie means of near
ly breaking his wife', heart. JWwir,
you couldn't guess the cause in an age
It Kits n other than o bill from the print
er or a it0 years' Mubscnption I . '
Jim II., out west, tells a food story
about a "shell-bark" lawyer. Jits clienl
wse up on two small rharr-ea "frivol, mis
Charges," ss "shell bsrk" designated tnem
(lorging a note of hand an! atvalmg a,
horse.) On running his eye over tlie ju
ry, he didn't like their looks, si ho pro-
pared an anidavit tor continuance, seuinjj
uMlh e ,h,enc, in AUhmmti of ; rinc
rln -;,,,.. IU it , . . i" V
ii,, ,;.,,-- -,h. .i.i:..t- t
ine prisoner, Who, shaking h j head, said;
Ls lir , .t SWl,r ,
lm.llt... . w, ... . . K an0 ,t U(jef
OM .;hr., ,n((ul, . j
tn,K, u, be heard throughout th. room.
Lvv - i,,,, lur re , ,luta ,t. , JJ
can't awet.r to a lie !Hang such u'iVr-
ual fools." And
man to bis fate.
' F.ifxTios and RtettoliATtos. Theoth
erduy a democratic "school rjniai.-r, ut
Jk.'irkor.oile)(weditlii' 5uppt thai there
were any of that kind In Onio,) ens in
structing a class in abrevations, d 1, i '
to the Word Hop., lie asked what i'. r J
lor! The quextion proved to tae a oem r:
nobody answered. W ell, ssud our .)c.-a-ocratic
leat her, Mr. H. H. Cox as elected
t bo our Rep., now can you tell mo tut
Rep., stands for! One uf the h..tj toi l,f-
ened up on bearing the Word elecA if, and
exclai d, yes sir, Mi p., u.esus Uipru-
4u(c A'cwurfc A tnertwft.
. C lJ The repiililicana ef the M .ri pis
trt I, n the a lilt. n-niii,R.-d T. 11. t . it
er ul HJnlioil, tor fcu-nst r