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L. .1 AN'TJLtCM941(, Udttonp
L BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA SATURDAY, tUTST 20, J
( .' HI. lllt ) A'ron AT LAw. Will
. atttnad prom pty to all buginessr intrsted
to Iim, (tint on tamvenitio strent, botween
I'bird t~und t'hrrlh streets, Baton Roual, La.
t( W. VO'P~I Ar'O*skMv At Law and
/. Notary Public, Port Alln,, West liaton
lItonae, ,La. lUprral (ttontlon glvn to the col,
lnt lonl of reecounts, tn.kln testiolony tlnder remo
Imi'slon, and to all other matt.ern requlrink the
att.lntlon of tn Attorney or Notary In lthi parlsh
of WVest lEaton Ihou. p aptil&4 vl:l
L snd Cotnmsoor Ast lw. Ol(i-Nbo, ,i, Plkn's
flow, iBatn Rougie, La. Will practioe In the
tabte, ad Ft deral týottrtl.
ERIR1LON c H ,A l EL ,
AII rroutic radCad ounsaaons AT LAW, OUtl
ln Nortbl ,ihulevatd street., neor thie poet oflare,
iaton Ito, e, LAt Will Attmid to all law btusll
lnsat Otruiltetd to thermin thil And adjol ning
A. K, iterton........ ..... L. D1, lihll.
F AVUOT d& LAMON. Arron.
J nor At LAw. O inktr on Nnrth fouleevrd
ntrleet, ltiton rtlo'le, Is.. Will attend to all
hIw buelne'ea nt: ietrl to themr in this and ad.
. . . l'crot.l ............. I. Lemlon.
SW. & $. M. UOBl RTtON,
EA. Afttorneys Atei o rtntlloes btt LAW. O1ttie
nu North floulevtard street, Baton Rouge, La.
Will praetleo In t heb. venteent ha ndI lghteenth
1ilrn1Vi tl Districts.
. W.. Itonlttmni ... M. . Roerteon.
(E(o. 1. HtII(KNICI. Attorney
at. IaW tlind Notary Pblbllc, llaton ICounig,
Ie,. liennlnnc tpromptly attended toj
J Allo' & VAY. auctioneci rc, cnnmi.inni
S rca l ilnt", oip a nd alleti roio',ln tl Third i , hi..
twe'wn ,llatci nuill FIlnrltidatr efti.
IM IM. P. l A U FVMAN, tcne'r in di y gitaic,
'ln"try anlel 'teently grnce'ri, urni'k lerywarn
aneld tinware', MMain sirit,
( 4 WKOH(I1 N. ItUGCIII;L, delalr In frawliy grn.
I 00irclil, liqiclur, dry noud. and plulnatltionl
rluppllta, 'eorncer Maifn and Jaýnknllu .tric.t,.
( I i'IA ILD, Nnw OrIlean cheap .tore., cistI.r
l). III lt1y t loodtl, laill'tr l ltre,'l, Iietwet'll Lie.
t'ny n s'tt atl 'l Th rd,
I 1 iiAN L NI' TY dnalir In frl-tlt id s1il .li
iA tionle rl 4of t ll kibnd , nu t., ncr.. irlnr of
Third amt Laornl .treetl.
(A It, EN(I(II N m,Icolubht.onrie. m ,lnoie ,ner
I rinanOtn n' t I s, tn hlll , head I ndl fal , toot onlln ,
lia .tir e. r lle t, r to I'll ar. i, l
S$ Mf 1, 1N;N1,MllIN, daIiler in .ltip) I n4i l inlv
1 "i i 1g'. 'e1l, 1i)e l4. Il lll ll'i- , t le 'et.tiot t il
I l.l 1a . il, hi 4'tiv' lle t l'Int .
I $ l';NT I N WN , rlggit, l r ul' ihd ug. s cli,to ols
" iin., che'uiP M icnl l. S i Plr, hel a ' ni t4 1)41
ii e I . e lilu t iet .1 ati''' .
IA 1tcUacIN ; ENLF i l. et It l l ll gnil dl ,I tia Ldy
+41t'10 i ') luli 4llll, IiSW~ll l 1 i44i1 .iiu , l'rt. i lll
4l., ip, ll i ul' i, 1i.1 t1 4llt1t' i. ',ii i an.
)tto1t144 1 Ioern .l'it ioit i l i aced third tireli .
N i I if!)LA t WAX' , i l iwtl h li al nd trelm))l rn.
I* ir, dl at ihtoii pliutellon epplie. talry and
i. tp i ' g rI . l Iet 't ltipelitet, 1 .o , rl'nki lr , 'cit .
l 1, 4. 11 ti'r ai llltti)a '1o, Mt, ILoltiis treet,
W i. IIANIiLti'I . ('(I,~ whnilnliih niiell
l' ,Iil gI l 'o'' r, uniti deailn It wet"i ii p .t
pru', wine lud iuOI i tia., Main ulr'ttlt
SJ il UA II' A I., i m'i ily l (Ir c er, 114i,44o in
" 'i v g, Vr eu -nl et, ercicun ed frnitlc eel ure'itr' lnt I.
utle. naeiteul in tIe' li iiie'll iii, e0ile01 Th'li'irl ai
i i I pt h l l it, j le i lait tin i t.|ildh, et.n
I*tl loi, N r.1 'lV , ileluiull Thiri i' ale i |icii et ell
i , I I .tisI 4.t t ii
j( l)NIII I i WA ,Nl, ipel..r in cg's- l ean ctlit
pti l44tq1 41'I, ý i'lhl l, tl'' ', ) lllto lnti n .(Ip c .lll i
r a teccii's, 41it n cc, c,' ilanl , Ibticu i anriu n
" u tulil is lii(t* 0)114'rli i, nrbalel Plp+,0') tl( li0
i l l et le n .e ll. at e o tln, ,liru , hll i" i ol tlltl .t
Ilt hu ot, . aglean, Fron uhtrpit.
1l grtc etl cc, . li ni it. ete c'a l tc itnell tictl , e.
t'aei', acn kilug hetn'i. .'iiud atrteet.
t l'IA lAM'i i4lntlioner, idecaler in setatlincc.
ci "log., 4e41e 1a1i4c)eon paperc, 'Thirc etrcet.
I )teU1SIANA AI'I'i'UtIJAN iliok sei fide
J PrIeiIleig etitilecuncie t, ll 't ird itirrri , i.
t iclt4 th ll' InIint iieple'toie It the State l r
I' I11,11'111)11', propPn tor Ir hntur'k Mia
," l1e441 ind Lager eil er l ncsite,torner Mt. itillet
ctiI Nultlh i l lieI'varll s trrset..
( 1 A iL i--M IKIVA, pnpljrhiieneirsit- linr.
' J.li+,1 Icn thie lcthleat wincsi, Ihluies and ll lgit'
eillor et Third aeld Lanuel ri teelt.
SI, I'LUVEIIUUM, iriggist, Ililgepi ili
t al,ci i, r i dregir , i d illcg edi.cincs, et'liy
, ltso ll, g lll'r n .l nete I Ianry a' rt tlls'.,
L' M. Iitlt-o K, Iecugist, de chrit *I ercuci
lrul lli'hie on eevry kinti , Ciara., eiml iklciut tt.
'1lli ri'e, eiitlery, ItR,,. Meiin streelt.
Iit A. 1)A Y.te, iilih oiar Iedl Mtlic l lv Metcorel
1) HkP,...nilaltnltly uu hand a fill ,in.i rtinntil
u-' ll-IiT!g" iil tlltt Rthn, ")ll. l ,' e 5)'li'arll 1111)
I l ull: tri' l t ) ll ehli at .
SI "iIII 'II.MAN, idealer in 1)r uJl tln i lt itnd
I) th. 1li14l fuI hlhnabl, ltylon o rendv tindi
,I 1let ceia,1 ieute .co ic a i h i'a i sti 're .
ý1)h51. 1. M. IP'Alik I, dellldllerti MlllM ry Il lnd
et, 111 . S lll i, I r ti |f tll 0if t ialt .es,
. ·ln ' ' 4ll )54 , |M a tt str nt.l
I jllN li. ,i0iN, wlsicuhakit'r nieil .e Ier,
I-/h4io4 inI sl'w0lit , tilvr e 4 el . , pillllti l' ani
it' te 'a f'ilccr s 1, l ie .) Ir tri ct.
I A. EX ANIilK IjUUCil Y, prcupitirt lo e
ft 'lapiial i loeit, ileaii ivy Ililhity, wie k i l'
lmoethli, with tlile hntl thie uctackoplt allt.r.
,J ENiI LA t111Ull, ealer ia il-ign yre an
*Il eiieslti h.leta urdwarell', hltoce IlurnlillIg anettd,
I'll li'r ' Thl d and iu'orhtei sitreets.
(I i I'P MLLY, lih'll aliul Mlitar'y 'TIailr,
.I W i ,i AMM. mcacucetirr 0i' stciean
.11t 114 strike leiu, holer anld tank. aind
cii kind. nt iiugcir hiciise work, cornetsr tf lain
eu4 i iinc t st, ele'i, iee'aec tih ilert'', itldilug.
1'ILLIAM (I)KELL. worker in tin, cupper
Vtand shiieet hi c'c, and deltie' In stove., ti'c
weic' iciiY , croCker. witi', rier. 'Third ciand Ilhrihi.
i) t t , d il. O st i 'il iks', te moeoi d cical icnci
'I ctl'ss; Front street.
A il YIr.-li i, Photngraph Artltt, ini iat. -,
e'h e.albuinc, frccicnn , tie., kpitl eui i.n 1 nd,
1) l'? ii 1". ieu, i-lire citi Vnt-1.rtek-irei. Eiti. .
II. iv, ll ell t , clrti al I .e i c li
aind .SI. Aitihcii" ulleleta,
IL, i1. UliAi NDil. Miiitiner, ,if, ii
Millcioty i tueia iccl Fcincy eo|.ni Maisi
1! i ci I'. A ihh(T, clllrci str,,tt, de, eici Ii ,
1] 1 Millh e iry Iic r CItteei . Tr'lUnncingt, Nit.
I nt, pie. t,
N I Maccnin'ieturtrcr or (Jhoeeictliiigar.
t.lON GA14,cia dear ic weateri produle,ts -
Sbacco, chigera, dry goods, clothing, s'Arner of
Ferdlasdi anc Europe ctreetst
x laq and shippln agent, Promt street.
Loasn and Vasitllandardll aid Etra. at
eiilyGree.ry o0 JO$41TA IRA L.
18 A THOROUGH REMEDY
In 1vry sai p of Moiiialu i 'evpr, Hand 1'tvpr utlt
Agn' wh il ' d'Ir +i ran tlldatin of thI. et lnhiiir -
toitrlrpid iv tit the iivu ' ir. laligoaain pnti.I PliiM url
nl i i' 1o6 t rn h i tI l fq1rr'a, iv whih ds bilit i t. It
iha tn , q, ll vlilih , nt 1 111 n111 ,rh nio hUtllltlI ll,
It, huld not lo rnf'ou0onsds w!th, trit.urarted
o olltlllnnllt all h p pirita eHnrl na asltllll iA,
' t MM Y tR
1)r"rrpUi~vgl, tirnro Winp M' rluianti A'erywherr.
} V131Y 1PNI, Agt, ,
VII aupply tilo trais it Ma1nuatterMa pri 'o
llE; RECO(MEN ('CONVIEItTED TO
'rluE "A'A OLUITENENN OF
('bir '.o: tilt, r I 1a s ,l .
\ ySunli, rlsly n 'n th \ ' ,t ,il, 11,4
j1141 Ie'l'tu tnll lfru t i1 stnls. \V il i' thl r',
isr nll' I IIh,, cwhol u I '14li'elo t Ir 4, a s .prt
ig j'pier', tank hu'r t th, N rllll'l'
I'hIl S f Pii o lsjh .44iily . It 'l4,:rl. Ihe
hol4l':rd '443)11' onIi rl''t5 l III ('v4411y III lilt'
i'ntm 1 iflu tllat( l wit.t t1,' (1,''f 111rin1
othl'Ir oveeiig hll i4 i l cl+lrk iull a hlirlnl's
Ntorls), ''(hallI l'es, lII) yoIl 14thli R4 thint
yIoII clanllot dif rflrlt tialt t,hs, inlieºein I -
''No," hI r'epl.'eil, "to tell youi the
ftruth, I lnn'ft," lluil rn it wn thlle lirst,
tims' heo 11 sa'e' lif't 'e'n sMim e' got bunk,
thli eIggl,4ti" n Ilt,t'terel utrilv, k hii 11 witih
thei rtlliw ,litl'y inl'ipiei'lI'e of thie rhllp
orloi,111, 'llIel in,, il t'l y ,u1 thoit ghtsr
of lov, t" 4
"W ell, 1ntl to 41',11) )o f.," lhi' 'oi l.
yi i feount t 'hat 1.4 la41t' 41' t lit Ij: iI thjrei i
IN neu r'e-on1it. 11nh,liir41' eItywhlologi.
tit, that. in the' in,4git1olle'y of y.ortl
dlre''ml , (ol in th 'llletinii itinl 4f l yol r
w51n4 ilog htolr'4, nIºhorh1 1,I thought. 4'f i1,
I iug lthat y"o" wohultl hiiinllnit' illy lt h.
tItli'le' of l 'tnliiV44.4' sl p itii' t o f 4 li.strn'st
fro'm tile' profol' tl 1ei e1i fl.trall-t ikioius
altl rnin alitýy oif )'(o1 ' lly SvS'."
'" irlett hlleiive'tli4! .siarii, hutvc yon
4wallow, al diatliiiOnliy !"
''No, I hivsc inot," 4hn 4i11, wltih i.
Mtei'rn nsl flrlilihifIIJng l4k oe pl J t,51 .' "I'
havl ll' t4 tlt ihl he, 1(11ol o'f I'hiloioihy
lit (;nll 'lr'll."
Olil thil :Id nt'.hly .iary Illit Gilligan
4)t' I'l'ail'ii ('eel0 k, Ma in., M'ltl' d l° i 4 a
Ntwiilg ntedhi', striking it 4 l1twe5n fhll
ibig t.hf ai l l t 1h, e1)1, (4lt4 to it, n1n he
light foot. ,\ 1,1''0'' 4f the iet'e'idle, thrl'e -
ti rt'r't " of anil in h long, ict r e ril' he'll
font. tinsl Wor'k.,i thinv(Sgh, s'lulling 0l1lt nll
tth'il top of htr tfl t, 1111 'I'llsthdi o 'tunl ,
th l its h 1 ltiilloi , m iinllig thilt j.rtni'ey
tlhrolgh tilth foot in jist ixt'lRl deaysi.
Th't only inin'vi'l'llnl'l,ioe n t xpEritnll4eli
w5'4 a slighlt wet'lling f li'the foot mtnd ani
ircºM1io1inl prickly 40114ati(Sn.
I'ighty thouslniad 1(14+'4 of Arksi~a
land haltve been bought by the Catholic
(Colonization 'ociety. The aim is to in
duce Irishmen to become farmers.
Re'ed's Oilt E'dge Tonic cures Dyspepsia.
'1I1t.h do I drream
monctln1 of il ta uintntner Ily,
When the winl hlwa l'rhl from lthe hill,
(lt'talnungu our oula frouin, lltloghtt of Ill,
Anti no.t lImtitb ar wtdiakil Ity the lutmolntain
Whlt lny lra .htttl h1,
Ifl tlod would Ikrahion hir formo for trt'.
Iiraiiou.nand rttln, ly. ylt withal
Mot gent'lll. tnlndl , l..nw to plt' e,
AntI not IprIO'fuO (it word :
Full1 cufp t'alnquil klntinpnt for all,
L.atf o to ihe Anp'ri'pslt'l
orl humb in tal a c~h tian sat'l.'h give hffinau'.
Not qulrhkly tirrerd
ITo tot's olr latIl4ter, lovi or attif.' i
Ilight unhly lMmpln in her wly of llf',
Ynt jInyla he'althly l till thlt world i give,
H'llntin oly mnltdMn in henlthy hodil.'a live,
lAnd bet'Ufy cannot hnllh,,r withll diteue.
lhlut .labve all iton 1t rat.',
And rathir ovenrtru.tful thII i In lined
''u see' thevll aoonerf Ilion lhlle gnoo
IlI er 'h intunai' ti.itd,
M.f ltlng "T'l'huv mhotthl l" higilr than "I woulh,"
Nor ,ie o' reiath'..M 1o'r tlhiong now.
Aitd t ,r lit biar'lt ng, I wonhill hlia,,v hbtr tall
,nIl I ant rl ,t yn.lr. hloolt I May
lThat I i attd ull..
Mbatrklung the endulrlle of Itl, hre.'re
Illhthr t. n111 hildulln In to li it, ia
M,,eking th., hlr above,.
Within f th y.. Inti ' 'lot t namt i' d. 'p I
A goihildt aei'rt't aflrnp.
Who.. h' ly 1 ,Ienn tnth nlv,,r ye.t r'.'vrlhd
To dllay olr night
'1'b, l hit h ltoh' uftnaft I duo licr c'rnctealt ed
1t rntatht thei r gt y istal ih'l'tL,
Iltl wailt the i'it ig of iii' l'ight-.
'1Th 'crning ot' light ofl. Ilv,
Mn wo tlil I harvn mily ,inuen.
Anw iy h11 ',rt Ih ,ld prnt
A ni an.w.r it. tuinousl ago ii,
A..twit, inta, thrnh to a .ingl.' .train.
'lilt t u it' iit14 l 4'I gaii'il
Ahnkd hr .et t o it.i ix.tlilt, mn.]Vi,.
'lht.. I llV lrt'141 t iii it i' t i l, ii Itn litt'in ut
Ilty Ilh i fi try ipoi,v.
gIfl t'l a w 1'1, . r ith , ymi S u hatt. 1,1 h.'al'l lldl. d nt :
ni,\vi I i 1tu and thlltlth,' h ti.i ..tep to heirt
1''tf r ho ' itnV ethll hll it,
l I --I andonu Worl.1
THE WHITE LOCK,
A roughl lolking lt AmI l r YVI1, peirhlp
1 ln~. \Vi' Inl') all 'f us reupnnsiblo for
(lut!' 1111t. 1il tk, il t limo',' 4 l h'iM 11'44, tlIt 1(141
itor Mkitlhhtk, n1t imi e thgl t hor.
chtl' lut rt' Ii hilin t Itn . l '1Th',, ki dl of
lif- li v 1 i ' a. tn'tr, litvte in whlitt kitr
i gllvf1 hn'tIt dr11 i 1 .,4,l1W 3 i, I wa' in'
lrIutlght l wil h 1(114 y aidvn'liilntIold , y ll i l
ant only ti bº1'rikeunntia n thet' Hosll t't1(Ia'r
.t Mritga. lin.,. 01.1 Jone Mw tiflling
yout1 ab, u tit, i', w\i h. 'ii' , Iho',l I ,tt.'r
ihl hiAo toilgu, 'll'r.M iiilWot Illrotih .
nlelh Mnill ,t'i' u l' ii\'ovwrntioi thin I ii.l.
lit, ntilui 1P o m1 nni4i kH ll tuotlgh, matlll
i1' lhlc hi .ayon ill . ., alk lll 11W lthal t ot'ile;
tl' whiti. hair mieii ll ' in iilly hu! k tnl t Il n(,i
I , flitl ' 1' 11 1 fl t im n to ltnk hint, (1 ,
yorl IIn' tli Il.n' Lily rli ll, r I teir ilon't
iliini tAlkiug 1111 tllllt it 0ll' ut hl, though thfl i
tilin w, whenlin 1 uinllrll 't Mlsealk of it
wiNthutal Ielv hllltill ni mih g hi lily thrlat!l
\V4o huldn't lii onlli irre' d i long, IP)olly nidti
niu'l, whelia it, hab.lul iI .f3ll' Wllkt a nOI thI n
nil il rilght,-uyold i hlp d t'i gir'l ,nit ver
i, lrei oiitr litt Mrltll l y itile'h root' iM;
lanl t lrifr t ! neve r mentto , n eholle ol0 n
Ihetr oI k to ti prae tol Iilil nk tfh
irl l.r e wieble. tha, wem thly irliand iyo
wig, IV tok 1rtl all l her o f b he
IhilK rikll thllrond inlto twhe tltrgai n .
"il u ,llilrlly le , ~ an it, l Jak ?"n14ll
hle h.lli,lookin I' nlly iv, the Ic,, with
t,] se dllik bino eY ll, yl t' N, thatl, arel4'
il holliie," I'll tr llt, you, I've nolivinigl
I'lati'v, Io adlvvils,, Ro I !nolll Hily lr ke
Sounell~le with ml owII hri'lit.
r we wet'l, Iarrit ,, I rn t a,lh l 1iv, I
th o l·-toly lu ellll, usler tho hill on I
--"S 'inaz.y phrlll, w lth al goo sized wood
pilt i,| th reset, fS.e winter ml'et, w Ihtor
lin tlios, partslf,n the snIowI sedi to ble
drlfted lup Hvnid wih olur dor-yllard
InIIe Im, I n I niiii 11 u coild gry nor llrl
ing. Anm eeryt, hhing wen, t sooth n - 1.
til olly Inglin 1,o y ltt to lily imaite
"Why, I'olly ghrl, lid l, "whre'sthet l
was the begitnning of the little orave
shadows that grew on my Polly's faue,
like a creeping fog over the hills, and
that she has neverget riI of since,
It was a sore point between uis-what
ai the politicians called a vexed question.
I felt that Polly was alyays watching
me; and I didn't wish to'bo put in lead
inig strings by a woman, So--I shame
to say it-I went to the White Bllack.
bird oftener than ever, and I didn't of.
ten count the glasses of beer that I
drank, and once or twice of a partion.
e. lar cold night, I let myself be persuaded
into drinking something stronger than
hbeer; and may brain wasn't the kind to
stan l iquid fire with impunity. And
Io1ty or FodiiM I ldt my tomiip ind
well, I don't like to think of all these
things now, Thank goodness, they are
over and gone.
That afternoon, an I stood on the back
platform of my ear, with my armsn fold.
nd and my eyes fixed on the snowy
waste of the fiat fields through which
the iron track seemed to extend itself
like an eodless black serpent, I looked
miy own lifi in the face, I mnade up my
mlind that I had been behaving like a
"What are those senseless fellows at
the White Iflackbird to me f" muttered
I, "nº comnpared with one of Polly's
sweet, bright looks! I'll give the whole
thing utp. I'll draw the line Just here
nlow. We shall be off duty early to
night. I'll go home and astonish Polly I"
lftt as night fell, the blinding drift of
a great snow storm cameo with it. We
were belated by the snow which col
lected on the rails, and when we reach
ed Enrldale there was a little girl, who
had oeen sent on in the care of the con
ductor, who must wait either three "i
four hours or be taken home acreoss a
snowy ti!ld Iby some one who knew the
I thought of my own little children,
"I'll take her," aild 1-and lifting lisr
up, I grathiered my coarse, warns coat '
about h]r and startetl on the long, cold
walk tinder the whispering pines along i
tlhe edge of the river,
1 honestly belleve she would have I
frozen to death if she had bhon left in I
tlhe cold station uiitil the *ay train i
could call for her. And loheni I left her
e sali ill c'ltarge of her aunt, I saw by the '
1. old kitciheul tline piece that it, was ten '
i ,'clocik. t
S"Polly will think that I have ilppedt t
I ,lack into the Mlough of Despond," I saild
to lyself, with a half stilo; "but I'll
give her an agreeable surprise I"
I'loilghling dowin a snow-drift amid a
gnovoc of pine tree'o that edged a ravine t
at the iack of mty house, I sprang light- d
ly Il on the door-step; the door was shut r
anid lo,+ked. I w nt around to the front. "
IHere I efbI tl!ted an entranee, but the lire
wes dylying on the heaIrth, and little lier- I
ltie, tucked uip in his crib, called out:
"''l'apa, in that youit"
"Where in mamlma, my son l" I uasked,
Seagerly looking around at the di'nlate n
"(''one out with the baby in her armsl
too look tor you. I)idn't you meet her, r
e papia 1"
I stood a ilunintute in slleilnce.
"lie, Mtill, lelortic," said 1, iln a volce
thalt soulded stralnge and husky even
to Ilywell "I will go all brllg hoer 11
Antli I thougllt, with dismaly, of'the
lllilnding lnow stlrli outsidet , the treach.
oroust gorges that lay between there aitld b
thei White BIlackbhird, the trackleusn
woods, through which it was dihlollt "
enoughlll to find onie's way eveil il the
sunshin e of a noonlday, land-worst of
all-the lonoly track, cronss which an I
exil'ress llot like a mieteor a feIw wnin- a
ite before midnillight! lOh, heavoell !
What lpossible doomn might I inot have
brought ulloln nyscelf by the wrIetchledI
pitssiei in whllh I had gone away that
'l'he town clock, soundiing ditu it ld
mittlled throlugh the tor stn, trluck elev
en, ats I hurried down hill, Eleven- a
anll who kn'iew what a lentgth of t'Inue
might olapse before I found her I And m
like a fiery phantasml goli before ly at
mIind's eye, I lehold thie Wild rush of
the midnight express, and dreadled-I C
know not what! For all that I could re
alizo was, that the stormn was growing i
Ielrcer with every nmomenlt, and Plolly
andt the Iaby wre oult il its fury !
As stendluy a5 I could I worked mly
way down toward thie track, lult more
than once I bearme bowilderedl, antl
had to stop tand reflect before I coulld
resluile my quest. And whenl at length
I canle out close to a rulined woond tind
water station on the edge of the track,
I knew that I was fall half a mile be- g
low the White llalkbird.
And in the distance I heard the shrill ti
shricek of the midnight train. k
$ome one else had heard it, too, for as
I stood thus, I saw, faintly visible .
through the bladitug snow, a shadowy m
ave figute lmtt u om' the inr e hb d uid
oo, come out upon the t0.ol, looking witb
and a bewildered, niaeertan a* up and
down-the form of Poly,;m4y wife, with
hat the little baby In her arni l
on, "Polly!i" I oried, "Polly iip to
la te !" '
ad. she turned her wanderlng' gaple t.
lme ward me, with her vagle e4rl that
rk. seemed scarcely to recognise me, 1
a., "Have you seen my husband f" sMi
t she; "One Jacob Cotterel, brakeman
. on the local express ?"
rda "Polly! Little woman ? don't you
an know me f" I gasped. ý'
"And I thought, "peraps," she ad.
Ld del vacantly, "you might have met
d- -hi"'1#s vety cold Wa M-t-i uttEdl
oe And then she fainted 14 my arms.
are The long, long brain fever that fol..
lowed was a sort of death. There was
k a timoe when they told me she would
ia. never know me again, but thank God,
,y she did. $he recovered at last. And(
iou since that night I have never tasted a
elf drop of liquor, and, please heaven, I
red never will again, The baby, bless Its
my dear little heart, wasn't harmed at all,
a It lay snag and warm on it's mother's t
breast all the while. lint if I hadn't
at happened toi be close by them at that
rod Instant, the night express would have
y's ground them into powder.
o And the white stripe came Into my
ere hair upon the night of that fearful
snow storm. That's how it happened,
ofI THE MOT WEATHER.
lj. $wweny, Willliusport, lit'actkktht Table.
1. It was very hot her, last tunday .,
he night. The thermometer was way up in
n- the hundreds, and like the youth 'ho i
bore 'mid snow and ice a b.nner with at
a strange device, Its motto seemed to. be
ho "Excelsior," It went utp-up-up; but
never busted and come down, Yout
,,r, could hear people sweating blocks away
isr -sweating in all conceivable positions
,t and shapes; sweating by oelephonhe,
ol sweating by refrigerators, sweating, by a
,g thunder, lut it remained for a well
known lilth ward man to find how hot it tt
,, really was. Instead of going to his bed, sl
n he procured a trnusty sheeoot and blanket h
in and proceeded to the ironing room, v
,Ir where he thought the sweet breezes 1
he would come to Ian him and make music
,, with his soul. About an hour after lie
thus retired, the domestic remembered g
,,,1 that lshe had to get up early an'ld attend
1 f. thei washing, as the next morning
'11 (Moneday)would be wash day. Think.
lug that if the fire was already made in a
a the Wash room a great load would be
Staken onfl her mind and she co'ld sleeop
e. asier, she went down into the wash it
it room. She moved stealthily (the Inmlnly 1
it slept on the floor lust above,) all uncon
,r scions of the l"ifthi ward man, who was h
,r- lying beneath the ironing table locked in
the Jaws of sleep. Moon a big lire wasin
roaring in thle stove, and the girl put o
somie coal on, so it would keep over d
t night. When the wood had all burned
out4 and tile coals began to take hold of
the fire in that tenaciols way which war. is
rants a fire good to hold otut for five or hi
six hours, tihe hired girl noislossly with.
drew, being cire'ful to close tile dool' an
c she went out, thus breaking thle nice
draft that was r.uning. Ily and by the
r lire settled down Into a good, uinlet,
stendy burn., It didn't crackle or sizz;
,it jnst lay there andl burned an an hion.
Sest, well regulated coal flh'e oight to
d butrn, The heat spread out by' degreeso a
and radiated around while the lifth ai
t ward man Iogan to dream hard. lie al
tonssed as though le had a nightmare, til
and once itn a while lie wouldl talk in I:
his shleep and swear. Once ie reached n
arolundl with his halnd and lit the log of ea
t io Ironiag tablo with hisn fist and yellel fe
"Take that.eigar out of liy earl' lie re
Simagined lie was a dyiiamite bomb anld 4
Sthey were setting hhni off alive; then, Inl
when the plerspiratio hobeganI runlning of
down his head anid Ireast and legs, he ti
droaniedl he was a stick of iron ore over or
at tile rollintg mills and tlhat they were I,
Sshoving him through tile breaker and la
Smakling a cast iron cornice of him. ly
anld by lie began to sweat so hard that
Stile steam rolled off his boldy. A change e
camne o'er the spirit of hlis dream, and 00
lhe thought he was tile cylinder heads CO
of a locomotive. Ile began to go "sliu,
slihusli; sliiish, shush,' with his month,
ais cylinder heads do, ''Then Ihe thollught W
lie was a sectioll of fire-works at the w!
' Cei.lilnnial, and they were mttnllg him i,
I ot' fromi the top el' the main buldling, hi
SFiay ly in lie was almoust yielding to
h suffocatioli, a naile cat jliumrped throlugh, red
I the window and walked over his face. vye
lHe woke at once and started ulp. lie ;
gasped for breath, and making for the co
window, was noon out in tile back yard
where hlie got under the hydra$t and let an
I the water run all over him like a Tur or
kih bath. He then went meekly to
bed like a ChrIstian and slept pee
Sfully till morning, thankful that hi th
wife did not Bear all the racket he had
Wnt; & 'I' o . i..i i
with no ray 4 Y
out, eo part `of
tomy eyes oonid leo
oat over miry 9ro*rt e*l:
hold of and pulledk cht. ;
some iain to do so; libt lme
t y ate aryes feltbettr.
amarting *sinsation *h.
they flt cool afd natnrail, 4nd
plasure to wink thim. Thn
thought, 'Why, y y b Ib ;
I believe I could biiA igt
thought , was so ItpiNed_ ipon
mind that I was terine
Hesitatingly I opened .the oor
my great joy I found that I wl
boar the light. as well as I etr .
Tue feeling that eato. oter ~ tz
moment ttit I. 'onundout tk ItoZpa
once more leave the dark, dislro
and sue the glorious anlight again ai.
so overpowering that gave one sora'm
I for joy and fainted I
Now comes the i t part of the
.story. Six months the gir e
were straight and na ral;, nowI she °t
roaseyedl, but she pays no attotn
that. She see things jst the amM
she always did, but let hi elsee
her right eye, and she can'see a
disnnoe of eight or tea miles, dd.dld s
tingulsh things as an ordinary, peteld
only 00 rods away. She is able to looki
clear to the lake, a distancef thlse f:t
and ta-half miles, and iden qt1ny one
doesrlbtng their dress even, Ta.die- *
tant hills are brought leod to heteti -
she can see the farmers gefting i
hay, oven counting the nuMbor of a `7b
which hi anuir line, are eveon slst .;
from her. To test her, a field glass wa
nied, and her sight would far outreah
any object that couldl be seen with tlfW
glass, If she closes her left eye and
looks out of the right, then she cannot '
see anything lexcept close to her, but .
that eye isa iperfect microseope. She is
able to distinguish thnlgs that the n . t .;
tral eye cannot see, T'ie point df a j
needle looks as blunt as a crowbar, and `
it is wonderful to hear her descrlbe the
beautiful colors of iles and other in.
sects, To her the hairs on a person's
heal look as large ps darningneedlles, .
and in thig lunest piece of linen she
contts the threads as easily as any one ;
ean count bean.poler, The moment
she opens both eyes they assume the
orosseyed expression or shape, and then6 j
she sees again as any other petlon. It
in the intention of her father to take
her to New York at no distant day and
to let some of the celebrated physiiolan
see this won rthl phenomenon." The
gilrl herself is t very bright, pretty girl,
but very timid, I
Rianter blsmNer, .
I. Appear amiable austinent,!
almosat all abstemiousnes ag
appetite, mid always act amus
nlthough appetitive and among *
tille nrtioles , ]. att every esoutent,
except erthapples, even elephant's ars,
ovafling cstteeia* every empyret%Mti
cal eatabbli. 3, Imagine lnnate imper- ,
fnctolnts in inn-keepers, indloating it
redeemablo indulgenc.e in inebriety.
4. Odors of oysters or onions, or ome
lettes oftenl oltrtde on olfactory organs
of occupants of offices; onght one ob .
stinately offend others' olfactory orlgans,
or order oatmeal on objeotlons ofothera f
i., msually, nnder umbrageous ambrel.
lar, lus tlberoun nmtble-ple_ k.
MnAYItmVII.x, Misa,, Anug, f.-A most
cowarlly and unprovoked Brime was
committed at lolling Fork, 8harkey
county, Mic., at eight o'elock last night.
Charles M. Mnrpby, editor of the Deer
Creeok Advance, was shot and mortally
wonded by Jon , A. Thomnas, The Ras.
sasin tqa still at largo, , nd $1M(W reiddt
in olored for hlis capture. Great xoithal .
The government of tlhe Unlitedl 8tates
recently purchased in London the Ste
venA collection of Franklin'a letters andi
writlngs at the price of $30,000. The j*
collection embraces 300 manuscripts
and volutmes of printed books written b
or treating of Franklln.
Neo hInep is well done bth
thronugh any tber agency ta
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