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JOB PRINTING.
Of AfrT fl'teriptlon, nsMiitAd on Btra Prwii Id
Piano Fortes.
O. X WILLARD,
. tU IIMOADWAYf NEW tOKK,
Piano Forto and Music Dealer,
WBOl.AAI.B iOBBT 'OB
VTm. A. !'; Hurimin,
Oruf- c lie'o, v in Knabe Uo'a.
ad Other 'lra.-t:laae
PIANO FORTES,
AMD
VAHAHT, NKKtlHAM CO'S HKW fAKhOR
OKfUHS, MHMIHOy. CHURCH IIAKM'lNl.
UM1, Mll.ilV llU,llKtX AND DRALKUH
WILL IK NlRIIHIIfti) WiTII HIICITMIHIIl,
luslnn'ilon Hooks, eimio's, O.'nnM or Molo
onii, Wholesale Prlp,
Xnm Manic,
Rant to ana" B'tdrnaA, free of postifto, on roealpt or
pr no,
fmHiir, iVta,
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JaooIa Iivam out rorThAA....w.. I MAhon
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Bury mi inthAHnnihlna H MillArd..
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bAAtlAn (lh. PrndAl ..,
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8ndfor IlliilrAtd Frio a LUtof InAtmrnAnlnud
OAtAloguAi ol Nw Hiuii), . Ail4rAo orilrra 1
. . - " ' WIliLARD,
WhOlAikl PlAOO Fort AO d MuaIO fiaaiar. No t4T
ItroKlwAr, Raw Tork. Jrindly
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Dry Gods, Notions, etc.
tlttXEttrWArEKB"& MOSES)
WUOtMALS PSALJUtS 1M
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Tailor't FumiMhing OooUm,
nm. 8 Trnlaa Opait llHa,
Dayton, Ohio.
Ordara from oountrydaalori raipAOtrullr Aollollad
ootltilAarll.
Merchant Tailoring.
XEW GOODS AUhW STYLES.
MERCHANT TAILOR!
WOULD UKOLRAVR TO INFORM HIS rOKMER
iuatomr ul thu putilio d gnml tlini h
ua reopoomi bla Munhaot rlor KutahhphmiU
In th now room in HubUm hntlrllott, No. tit Third
trwt, on floor ol Jffrnoo troi. Hit jrooda
r of iha floMii anil btt In Itia marttai. Facalla
youraUautioa Lo hia
Franc It ritat Brr mmd CBiiir,
whiflh connol ha rnirpnn-n-l for U-ta or iiiinIUt. Tula
OootU will Im ma'lA ip in Oim liit aoi Iin( aiyla,
M wrran('l Ui fit.. A full aiorlm4ni of Oin,r
iirumhinn juoia alwaya fan htnl, I have a anvral
ani wll Mn!tv tJ stuck (if Ilia vr j Wnl (jualii and
alaitt alvla of
HKrVDY'MADK OM)TIiIN(,
ar thoAi.wh'Kiaiinot wnt ti hava olotkinv mAit to
ordai. All I A-k ia t giro nta a trial, aud 1 w 1 do
Ml to ivanAtlariuliou.
aoltOJui UCNilT MlLLIk,
YOh III. IA YTON, P.; FllIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1805.
NO. CI
f u . . "i J.' ""' ' '' ' , - i I I,
Cincinnati Cards.
MONUMKNTAL OYHTKIt CO.,
WILLI MT A Y L 0 R.
BAtiTIWORK, Mil;
Fresh Can and Keg Oyster
HFCKIVKII riAll.r BY KXI HKHH.
A'ao, Corn and Hpiod (ir"iA'. rlAnin, Ixb.tar,
ivf. AAon aqu .lyniAM, ror
ln rmlta,
S. K. Corner VUXh and Vino Street,
d'lAWIf ' O.NCINNAfl.OHIO,
CHARLES C. DOHERTY & CO.,
IltlHIItTKIM AND JOIIIlKlUt OV
MILLINERY GOODS, BOXHETS,
ItinilONS AND HII.KH.
07 Ituco Htrect, Coriir of Union,
Hatwean Paarl and Third,
OMMawtf ' 01N INNATl. OHIO.
CHARLES HOFER.
WIKH.KHAI.K DRALRK IN
Bourbon and Ry Whisky.
, ; fo. 218 Walnut Htrwt,
ttid W't , CINOINNATI, OHIO,
p.j. mi n,
II. H tWI.T,
J. w. aaaoa(
A. NEATH a.
SMITH, HAWLEY 4 CO.,
- WBol.KNAI.lt ANDKUAIK , "
FURNITURE WAREROOMS,
V:ST I'IFTII HTKHHT,
Daiwa n Wnlnut And Vina, Oiciaati, .
MnniirAotory, Norlh Wol OornAr I'oArl And Rim
UllAAtA. lll-4llAKtr
mTtho m s on," , "
UMBRELLA, PARASOL
AAII
Wnlklnff (.'one Man ittutor,
No. 107 Main Ht. I .ft, Kouth A riltb,
CINCINNATI, v OHIO.
KcpAlrlng Promptly Attcndtd to.
daclUrlUwlyw
ADAM CEI8.
Mn.ttniNN jind Itoddinir
MANUFACTURER,
no. (15 itrrh nr., iikt, wai.hht and vink,
Clnclnuatl, Ohio.
SUPERIOR 000DS WILL BE FUXNISKEO
TO OltDKIt AT
MOOHItATK I'ltlCKS,
roa
. City and Country Trade.
dfiS.lly
Cincinnati Cards. Billiards.
VILIJMS' BILLIARD SALOON.
Kntritnr. TUIrd tttrmrt, nait dr tm
anafl lfla. a. a
mHWettrantlnnt hava twnn Kroalljr InnraftMrtrt hy two
wl"k a IhUmI tuiprova pntent fUHtu.iea and a Kn
aral rrwavarton aiiH rfiflttinj of tiw whalaoMtaMiMrv
man-. Ha in iiiAiikr.il for U favorn ant inliciU ra
apaolfUllyaoonUmiaiM! of tha nnMin pi ronau.
i.ttiiriy un i'uuu 'n..
ailH 163m1
10 " ,-y" :
Tailoring Goods, etc.
ilLMmm AND ElOJOMiCAI.
ELKUIAT ITII II A.AH
Fall and Winter Fabrica,
GTTflTOivr TP A rn '
Beckel Building Jeflerson St.,
A a. ft mi n tm. n
a an A aanA.
I Am now In raoalpl al Haw and MIiAnt Htrlaa of
Cloths, lasslmcrcs.
Vestlnirs and Ovcrcnatlnirs.
n Bioa . win na.a mm. in lha moat fluhlonabla
LOWEST 4JAHJI rklllll
Mr OM Ou.tomara, and tha publlo lanarajly.ar
lDri'd to laa.athAir ronaAiiraa, v
MKNTH, who la MpilUid to bAono of tha ban OulUn
My Aunk qS (J.tit'a Kiimoiiln Oooda ia Alaoant
lAi 1MB A In. I hftM Ik I .
, i ' 7 i . vii u n WUIUII
AAnllAnnAn raa dAAira.
(lull in AiidAi.minA my .took, and lanrn my nrlnaa
I faal ooohdant I oan ploAAaail toAtaa.
"''otl JolfcirAoa 8la,Aliora Third.
Tailoring Goods, etc. Gold an Silver Goods.
GOLD AND SILVER GOODS.
TIIKOLI) ItliLIAIM.KlIOUSIi
P. A. LAPEE.
No. StO Third Htrwt, nta.' Ohio,
AH .IIIHT KKriKUU rill I At NKW Villi 1
Willi A AIIIMirtl AAAOrtmAnt Of AXtrA .M.I.IH him
mm, ruii.i.vinx iii in iArAAi aaiI dioaI aIi'iiaiiI
AlOi'k of n
COLD ANO SILVER WATCHES,
And floA jawolry, too nlmAMa to mation In detail.
H-A ArrAiiKAimint with miriara and mAnnrAoturor.
Ia AUi'h tlAt Nil UN K mo umlarnall him In lha nim
lino And ipiallly or kimhI., WhulAnAla or Kauil Th...
who ora AispiAiniAif wun hla inntnmabiniirA And IaiaA
nana A linn... at aoata that no J.w.lnr, Knot or
Wmii, PAn AlkiM a aaII at tha aaoia low profll. Hia
KUAranbiAn to tiki jrooda, lor tl.A paAt "IWn yAAr
tl'Ai hA hAA Iwan In UiaIoaaa h.ra. ha. A liaao Aoru
pulim.lr nl.l ThAAaara Huh known to thoUAAndA
Tha atitnAirlhar aIao kn, ainooi athar auiHirlor
romla IB Dia lu., An aniallaii! AAAurtmeut ol (IpAra
IIIaaaaa, aiuiiaor thamaahith aa IwaIva kIaaa Ahiua.
NIIKI'IIKUD'S 1'H KM 1 1) M UOI.U I'KNH.
AIao, ItiAlMMt AtylA ol Kranoh Manila Olocka, Ao.,
Ami i An.
OAJl to Aiid elurdaa.' eondawarniniad an aoM O
dnililAAlm r A. L4KKK.
IAOOB W KThBluHT'S h'HTATB Ni TWH It)
herritiy (tivD,lt-U th inxhtfiMiied hm Uiiadav
LMMn appo uiH aiiniiiiMtr(ra of ilm fUtm of JatioL
W)iirinhl, lair ur Hon iftt" ry rotmtjr, Otilo, do
oauft, lij tha Probata Uourtf wUd nounty.
oT -i,i84. J'MM'h waVrtRictnT,
yiitk . JAOOU Wiyifiia)T 1
Hotels and Saloons.
SCHAifFFI 1 REHOUSE,
OKItMAN'COWN, OHIO.
mna iiNniRsioNiiri havinu purciiuhkii
I. Ih'a Hntal would rAAp oirully nlorm lha puhlln
thAtlra larAlurloMth m,4 It la hi. Infni!nn
lolAA.anolhinirun iooathAt will A. Id to Oia oomlorl
of h a aua.Ia. Tho paItouaka ,of Uia publlo ia roa
PaoIIii'iv Aolicitad,
, daudlf,. . JOHN B. KRLliKR.
PHILLIPS HOUSE,
DAYTON, OHIO,
TUB aNota wall k nwo HmiAa, hiring rnoanlly
chnnwid ha iIm, Ia now onao,and nndorffolnit aa
UinAiva Altor llonn And ImprovamAntAfor thAAoi'omo
dAtlnn of Uia tram Inu publlo. Mo pnlnA will tm
apanidlo mAkalha pihIiim Nona, aa n.raloloro, m
ara y ruaoaet, a K1R8T C1.AM8 HtiTKI,.
1- T. HARKKH, frop'r.
PII 'CB IN f x"h Tou se7
1 blr ncraat, Uaytaa Obi.
A. 81'ANU, Agent.
TUIHhololhAAranontly baan opanad, And ia pro
PArAd to aivoinodatotrAvalAra ftDd tha put he
Kanarally In lha b'l alylo. mfOillm
MIAMI HOUSE,
JMIA-XvCISBXTflca-. OHIO.
JAVWU IIOHTHRII,
Hropriotor,
BUCCKHHOIt TO H. II. Hl.AUK.
TIIR prAAonl pnprfli h.A flt'ad up (Ma .ol
Known Ami i opnlor lltl in thn hBl ilyla, And
ia now proparr( to ao'iouimoil ita all who inAy lira
hllllAOAll.
A 'ara AtAhla nnd yard ara aUArhad tntho Ilittol.
Tha p.troliAool tha pnlillo la ri apartftilly aoIip.
'IaJ. iHiaml.nn
FAR MERS A N DM EC H a!TiCS H 6f EL
Firmtrly Aoayr. tfoWM,)
Third Ht., North Ahla, Jul Kaat of J fh r.on Htraat,
DAYTON, OHIO
JOHN A. Mil I II K ... PrwairlBl.r,
Ktrmtly of Ike rAirw m Mtrkanlet, HtrorUt
.h i: Ktrmt, no kma-ar a )
Till' H'lTEI. II A.I BKRV TIIOK(ll'lll.Y KB.NO
VA'I Kll, And ri-rurniAliad, And will b koptAA
rlrat nlAAA botAl In All It. ilnparlmaiilA. tloAnlin by
thAmal.dny, ur WAAk. (lond AtHblaon thn prAmlAAM.
Oniciii MaAAA runlo and Ironi tha Iitpot,
nov2jillm
NATIOUL SALOO.vT
" " III,,- i. nw., AJIAI. Wa
KiKUt 'Vi id'i. tint's -U 1'ablAA four Aplaudul 'Ion
P.o All..
Choloa tilqnoi'a aod WIoaa aIwata onhAnd. ,
J. '. HHKLK, fi-osrlatar. '
J. P. AWllna, bii. bjuII
Hotels and Saloons. Day Goods.
DIXON, FORCY & CO.,
,:i : i ,:i t, t is.w: 11
i )ar. Mecaad and Jell araan bib.,
' ' IJayton, Ohio. '
HATB J1MT OPRNRD A N1W AHH nPl.RIDID
a took or
DRY GOODS,
' Oloaka,
Cloaking,
Cloths,
Shawl,
ELSaAN T BLACK
an n
FANOY SXXj13US.
ALSO, A I.AKUK hTOtJK OF ,
3. -A. RPETS
i k ::y -
Mats,. .j:vd
. r : T i ..
Rugs. 7
, Crumb Cloths, '
.'Drugget, . v 7
. Window Shades.
' Damask,
And acwary thing 'm tha ' war
llaaaa raraHhlag Uaada,
... . AixuN, yoftor 4 oo.,
eetlidlan Daitoa, Ohio,
Notions.
0AA0.0A!. B. A.AOIAA. Wa. K. BlrPABB.
m IIOYER & IIIPPAKI).
WBOiasAl.a BAAt.BA IB
Foreign and Domcstio Notions,
I if W11J 1 , U Ij it V K Nt
ABB '
HATTON, OHIO.'
II f I f'l . I
Notions. Professional Cards.
E. THOMPSON,
Attonioy iukI INotu.rvf
DAYTON, OHIO. I
W1I.I. ATTt.NI) Til AliL BIIHINRnrt KN
i HIIH'i Rt to him with dlllAnoa, proBiptnaaa,
and oara.
' llluaon rhlrdRtrat,oAr1.alianHl)urf(.ia' Cloihtnn
or. no.aflAwlT
' WILMER Vi. . BELVILLE
-A. ttot-ney ti t Lftw,
ti. k. tiar. irialn and Tblra Ht.,
nlranoa on Third Itraal, i
noyridiwilm. L ; Iiattob, Onto.
JAMES KELLY,
Real Estate - and Loan Agent,
N. I!, Dor. main an Third Ma.,
, i. Kntranoa on 'I bird btraat,
nnrVAdawnm Onto.
odlTncahTll,
Attorneys and Connaelon at Law,
Uaraaaa'a ullilla(, Third atraat,
JVllVtw:f IMYTON, OHIO.
WILLIAM H. CONOVER,
Ma7itrat of Maili'on Townnhip,
WiLI. ATTKMll Ho UIIAWINlt ANI All.
V .raowlMilirluu ltln. and lh i i'o!ii tn,n ol
olrt mi.
Ha Ah o proparrtil Uintlnil to tlio ilrAMM na; of ln
AtniininlA of wriliii)!, ourrnitly, a! Ahnrt ttoii"
mtf'lAwlv
tniiBAA O tnWB. OA atlA V, A.lir.ATH
LOWE & NAUERTH,
Attornoys rvt Law
OAYTON, OHIO.
ITIIMHHH THAiHtf A0Ttl IN OKRMAN AND
Krnin-h.
Orrii'i O.ar Ru kay'a llookalora. Thl-d Alia.1.
nov;toHiim
H. 8CHOENFELD, M. D.
' ... M IntiilMhiirir. Ikhl...
niAKlm I'LKAHUKR
IN ANMM NCINd THAT
J hA.ioirai'.iiiilyraiiinird from a Tlailio Kiinnia, '
trj l"oU"" 'h" rni""" 01 ttt,M"' " "'mu-
aa' tiur.lof.ra, all prorat.lonal oaIIa ail be
Btiasd o tu. dVigilawim
mmZ'm a
J. l. BELVILLE.
A ttornoy ut .Law
. I,,,, AND
NOTARY VVULW. '
errifKI Tarner'a Opnra llaasa,
Itoom No. a, PiwoimI Ktoor.
Borillt'
, i l VY'l tN. OHIO.
C I ViLI AkiniruAU
W. i.. VAlitANUIliMAM, j
LOU UHOl 1 f 1 lit IjfVW.
- I)AVT(). OHIO. I
WILLPEACTICK1NTHE8EVEAL
STATE ANO FEDERAL COURTS.
nnrica Tiiinar a Oiiora bouaa, Koom ho.
8,
rionr..,
no12li
DR. E. JENNINCS,
itt font HurKfOD Camp !nniaon, offnra hla ;aar-
Ttoaa an .
3'HVfrlIOlAN AND HTIUOKON
to tha tiUiaanaef bayton and rlomlty
OI'Klf'K-Aja. nr l.ndlawll., kelwota
,,, . .... 3d and 4th, . ,
Whara h (r ay ba Ibnnd al all houra,
RAfAranoaa lira. J. (J, haate, J. Dana, J. W,
IMetrloh. AAiwdK.
DR. J. H. RUTTLEY,
CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN,
. . . WILL 1IKAI, THK aiOK WITHOUT
ltrxniciyE, for two mo.vms
At OnodwlB Kouaa, rormarty Bwayol Uouaa,
PAYTDN, OHIO,
Offioalioura from ta N A.M.. And from I to! P.M.
Tha poor will I llkarally oooaid.ri.
. osJ3t. r . ,
OtOWia W. BOIIA. JBBA A. a'BABOB.
HOUK & MoMAHON,
AttornovH at Law,
IMYTOKiOlHO.
Orrm., Na. 3 nil Third itraal, Xaal of Main.
narttMm
,
I
j
'
I
I
,
Groceries.
. WMlltlll.
A. . IMITM.
woaaaAH.
WOCAMAN, 8MITH & CO.,
Wholesale GrocerH,
So. 28. Main Street, Opera Building
IIAYTUN, OHIO.
HAVE O0NHTAMT1.T ON HAND A HUM. AND
Ailnplata atoiik of Orooarlaa, NaIIa, Pnh, To.
lauioa, and a.ary olhar artlolaoaliail for In Uia whola
aala n'Oiiary Inula. Harlnii raoantly removed to aur
oaw rooma, wa haaa araaily InorAaaad our .lock, and
Ara piapartd lo flu All ordara promptly.
V a raapfUXilly mil lha alUailon oi city and noun
try daalara to aur n.w atm'k of anxiarnftA, AAtlalkad
tliat wai:ao gl.a lham aa good laritAlna aa lhay urn
BllUln At Ant oUiar bouaa in thauily.
ovlU
J. B. CILBERT,. CO.,
ron uro at a so i omestjv
Groceries and Liquor,
MOI.TIANP 7 Jrr.HHON WTRBKT. OfPOalTIt
k J.J1AJ??'L!L'IL'M; ! "14
NEW WHOLESALE GROCERY,
AT
K aotal j 4 Mol ntyra'a H aiaad , m Third Bt.
WOC AM AN, 8PI ELM AN & Co.
It UlPLKSAhli iltifCEHS.
foV 1
RBNOWOPICNINO A IKVOt A M t IIKNKKAl,
AA Oi-tmaal or All kindA of Urooarlaa auilalila
tha oountnr Irada. liMalnr. ' , a u
lUT'Kd lo gla IhAAAaaall. KtVldawly
iea.
OH0CEIUE8 1
FRESH
LIVERY FAMILY HKHIHKH t)Ori FRKH ORl).
Ff ?''nm " raiumd all paraona lalar.
aatacf to a li ua a call. . . r
OANNBD, PRUIT8
WaalarB raaiihaa. Plum. u,
Toawloas, maokbarrlaa, ab4 Oharnaai im'aa. haa
"- ufiaj A'waacnra,
also, an aaionment ol JaIIiaa, M Iddlalowa Rami iM
aiKM-nhrra, Lam pa aad Coal Oil, Hn.ara andCoBwa,
FlAlilAa.Mplcaa, ranoy Hinp., Ai In taul ... r,ll,'i,
thai the niarkata aanrdlbAl la dt-.lrAl.lA. To Tot--1
OriawAia ww would any wo kapthebtartliM,l r.o.
O it lltat tam In, had. Ooina oc. rnnia a'l. and aa.
Wl.al waoao do. M TM'IH BAIn Ii,
it.'M.lawir 1 At. 'A.I 1 ., M,r.. (TI
, ., THOMAS & BECK,
Caal. nraad, Ltuaa, Camant rradnca
OB CANAL, BELOW TBIkD STRUCT,
" ' Ua-rton, Ohio.
I
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I
H. H.ROBINaON,
riTBUrtllKK AND rRoritlKTOU.
Dayton, Ohio,
Friday, .... December 15, 1865.
TALES OF AN OLD SEXTON.
The Midnight Apparition.
Otraacharot'a n'tthll
Than laad'at thy raadr tail 10 awry traaann I
And teamlnf minchiaf thrlfaa banaath lh. AhAila.
Aabiia HlLb.
pride, and Mnt. (ilebriH)k beeamii a lender
,f fiiHhlon the jrnyiwt of the Bay. Her
IHty and her llllluentlul position 111 Ho
proip,' oloty miiiln her a queen, and her aiuilo was
"",lrt,!(' Dy tll brilliant ami thn UIhhoIiiIa.
The hiiUHe when aha wiih at homr waa nl-
Mr. ( 'olebrook wa dead. Ho km I rich
mini, vet n Hllfrlit Ri qiiulntiuico with lilin
wmilil hnvo convliiKcd tivtm a iiH'rlli'ln
obmirvor tlmt hn wito nut a hnnnv num. Me
wtiA nilnniitliropio In lil v lorn a IIioukIi he
hud tlifl mpiitHtlon In tiio atrwt of bi'in(t a
Kiiiii-tii'urM'ii nun in!iivoiiii iiiiiii. r.vury
ilny HiH'ini'd to iihImt IiIiii Into tlm arenrt ol'
u new Htrlfe Willi tho Hiwirn of a nt-w
uilwry. AppariMitly hr wim tln-d of llrK
and tinpiilliititly wulU-d for thu Imiir Ihul
hud nnw niniK, and which would plnre lilin
beyond thu trhiUiind W(X'il tlilnsiililiiimrj
PxlHU'iiue. And yet tunny could riinieiiilii'r when lif
wit n truy and cheerful perHon. Hefiiro his
iimrrliiifi' with ii poor lint bi-nut i til) if III
Home aeven yearn heforn hla death, he liiul
worn n Himny Millie, and IiIr lite aeeuied to
lilin a pleilHiint (Ireilin.
'I'lioiilfli only tlilrtv-flve. when ho iniir
rleil, jM'iiplu Hiild I here won too lillli'll dif
fereuee between bin own aft" and Unit of
bin wife, who wax, I believe, about twentv
two, Krom one extreiuo nhn went, to the
other, hhe hud been KMir, and forced to
content heraelf with but few of the Inxn
rlea and )ruyutleaof life: but now Hhe wk
rich, and her indulgent Ii uxliuixl pave her
irec iku'chr to iiih conerH. yveaim tontcred
waya iineu wiui gay ganunta ana lordly
ladicH. .,,''.
Ail the world could hc thin, and the next
thing It Haw, waa, that Mr. (lolebrook grew
aad and meliinclioly ; that bin wifa looked
noiiuy at mm, ana tnore won ailbt, If any,
ayntpiithy Im-iwciiii them. Then people mhIH
tue iioor niitn iiati inarrieu puilly, anil the
enrnkera all "knew that It would be go."
Mr. ColebriMik wAdeud. Whateyer woch
hud weighed him down, he waa bevond
their reaoU now. J'eoplc aald he bad tiled
of a broken heart; that the whirl of pli'A-
ii re in iiih own nouio tiati been a bell to
Mm; and that hla gny wlfV had beeii a
aenrpion who atung Mm to death. .
For my piirt, piiy but little attention to
the IniHy longito of goli. 1. account uil
It Haya, whetlier good or bad. an mere
alander. Whatever aloriea I had lieard
concerning Mra. Colebrook and 1 had
heard ninny paaw d "In at one ear and out
at the other." !
"Mr, Mortal," aald a man at my door. '
"That Ih my iinme."
"Mr. (ilebrixik la deatl, and Mra. Oilu
brook want you to come up to the house
and lay blin out."'
Mr.Oolebrookl" I exclaimed, forthe In
telligence waa very unexMM'tel to me an
well aa to the whole city, when It wa an
nounced, I hml hitnivltliar liiAuu . .,11.. .) rw Au,.n ....
attach of bllllotiH nolle; bat It had not liwn
even rumored that ho waa datigeroualy
alck.
"Yea, he la dead," replied the until ;
"and Mnt. Colabrook wlnlica you Umiakc
haute.''
"I dldnt know hn waa ho alck."
"lie got ery bad laxt night, and grew
woraoever atnoe till twenty mlnutca ago,
when he died." i p
Mr. Colebrook'i bonne waa not ' live luln
Htea' walk Ironi home, and 1 haxtcned there
to perform the ollleea of the dead. I waa
ahown into the room where the cornao lay,
Jiwt aa tleath had done Ita work. Thn Htif
i ferer hail apparently died In the greaUwt
agony. The bed clothea atlll evlileinwil the
atruggle Uaween tlie tyrant and IiIm vIi Uju.
With the aMHlHtance of the man wrvant
who had gone to my bonne, 1 laid lilin out
and put the room In order.
I waa ulMiut to depart when the man Kcr
vatit called mu back.
"Mra.Colebrook would like to aco yoo,"
ba ald, aa ha allowed tne to a parlor in
front of the room In which thu corim lay,
Hho apitcarad to ba In the deeiieat dla
trcn, and thu Atinily phyalulan waa atlll
preaant, ualng hia beat ellorta to roduee her
to a atuU) of calmneaa. llu had auccaaxletl
lo aouio ciU'ut; and ahe awke to him with
tolerabla aadf-iMnavwlon. ,
"You will make all the arrangemcnta,
Mr. Mortal," anid aha.
"I will, mudaui."
HHi, It waa terrible 1" groaned aha.
"Ka uaJiu, Mra. tilebrouk," InturpOACil
Dr. ltrowne.
"1 can not, doctor; I feel aa tliougb I
should ueootna dUtrai ted."
"Nay, rruuiam, control ynunvlf," and Die
uocuir, who waa a young anil very good '
looking man, took her hand and utloml I
aome aautliiKinUil rumark, which I have!
now forgottun. - ,
--Trim win waun wiui ntmr ane aimoxl
giiHiHal, UM.kingeBVerly at me. '
Watih with hlinl-'aHked Ur. Browne.1
inanrprtAo. , '
Yea.1
"It la entirely unnaueaaary."
The orpei must have wiitc.hera," ahe
willed more . calmly than alio bail yet
ASlkeil.
"There la no need of them, but"
"1 would not have blm loll alone fur all
the world," aald ahe. with a kind of con.
olualveahtvnr.
" No poaathle harm ooiild heflill him."
" Hut It Bvema ao ueglnHful to deaert Uie
btaly aa aoon as tlie spirit haa tied."
" It la entirely a matter of choices" I
BUIIC41.
1..I. ...... l.u 1.1...
'"sin. . you aawa wun nun. An r. AO or
tal
"If you particularly desire It."
" I tlo; 1 could nut bear to have hla re
main guarded by a mere aorvaut. You
will oblWe ma vairv inueli."
1 eouHenteil to the arrangement, and
i'Z'lluT1 'ClWk Ue
t
AOVKiniSJNO lfATI. ,,
rma ronara,
('A.nlyworiA,Aoild)onainaartoa I n
oiia aniAr, inr.A ilaya.,.,...
Una AtiArr, ona w.a'f ,V..,7.
; na so. ara, ana meaiii............,,.','!,"!!
fna aipiara, thraa monlha
OiAilir, moatha
. . IN'WMKKLY.
onakqnara, (a'l.ty word.) orawaak
P.r piururn, AAi-h wa.k in aih1'. on
I AO
I ro
A ao
ie to
16 uu
1 1 tie
AO
r.r aipiar , on A yaow.,..,.Wl..1
rVZ.V, ' . r"- . .v..-. ...,...., it on
afcar latm. fi r Bdvar lAamanla 44wuuytBa AarAAlar
InarA. or fur A Iooba. I armii ih.n . 7 j
mada knowB at tha Donating Iioobi., All au.aftiAa.
nun a are nharard at Ilia aliora rata., u, lax a wnllan
AarAamant ia mAda prAvinna to laaavlion.
After orilerltiir the coflln flu1 the oWeaa.i
for at Unit time they were not kept on
hand In audi an, extent aa they am now
and attending to my private nfliiira, I again
i'-i'i.ii.t,, i ,., ioi,iiroiiK inuiifiioii.
It waa etiHUiinnry at that time of which
I W rite, for tWO Ill'milH to Imrlnrin Ilia
wrvlee for which J waa. ciiiriiiml. thouirh
watching wua then rapltlly going out of
fnahlon : but. aa mv IiuaI
deatl, I wua perfectly at home In thnchatn-
oeroi uciitn, ami waa even better aatUlled
to be alone than with company,
I had brought an lnteruat.ing book from
home, and M ra. Colohrook hail provided a
very IntcreHtiiig reatat for me In thn dinlng
nMiin below, ho that 1 looked forwanl to a
very eomfoi tnbln night. Throwing myaelf
Into the large rocking chair, which had
been placed there for mv nan, I waa noon
engaged In the entertiiliilng pngca of mv
Ixiok. Aa onen bh the clock atnick, I aroo
and exiitiilned the cornae, moistening the
face with alcohol, and wiped away the
purging at the iiioulh.
At eleven o'cha'k aoine one entered the
Iiouhc and ciime mi Httilra. They were the
feet of a man. mill I heanl lilin nni..i- il.
purli.r niljoiiilug tlie room of death
Tliough ItHceuicd n riilhcrHlugularelrcuiu.
aiimee I lint it man Hliould enter t he hniixe at
that hour of the night, 1 thought nothing
more of It till I heard volcra, engaged In
carncNt ciinverxiillon. In a few uiIiiuIch
they grew louder und more distinct, and I
recognized the voice of Ir. Hiimiic. Ter
luipH Mra. Colcbrnok waa alck and neleil
IiIh iiMMinljuice. Hut he Hiuiko not In the
toncH of li Ih lirof, iwioii. The other jierxon
HMike In a whisper; hut the oilier pcrmm
x)oke In hla nil I n IM I voice, and Hcemeil lo
be under no rem mint. ,
[CONCLUDED TO-MORROW.]
One of the Results.
Munv ereiliilcnt im'iihIh lull. i..il in,. r,,i.
lacy Unit when aliivery wua once iiIioIIhIiiiI
that net would tit an entl to the everhiHt
Ing tigltatiou of the neirro oiieHtlnn i but
time baa proven that aitch an attempt only
nggi'iiviitcH the evil. Many hthoiih now
iiiinu tliat ir the right or Hiiirrnge w iih con
ferred noon HicitcirocH. thenmhlem wmilil
bo AClvcil. and tho vexed (pieation put nt
rent forevi'r. Thin evceliitlou would prove
ah grouiidlcmt mill hoM'lcna an the other.
(Irant the ncgroea tho right of Hiill'rnge anil
they would hold the lialanee of power be
tween the partiiw In the country, and on
cu,ucutly .control It. We Hhould have a
bluck parly of a million of votcra ruling
thirty million of while imooIc. Tlicv
oiihl Ian led and eonl rolled bv the
abandoned Abolition dciuagoguea, and Uiey
would elect w hiwvcr they pleased to what
ever olllce they iilejiaeil.. Tlie drenm of tho
Abolition lniiiillca that the black race Ih
auMTlor to the while race would be raallaed
to the extent of having a big negro or inu-
uiuo running mr x-rHiiieut and beating
two or three white HtiiU'men.
1'lenty of Huch rentigatlca aa Chahe,' Uu(
ler, I'bllltiM, Mtiraner nmt oxr would be
found blihUng for tlie huulcmhlp of the
black nnrty, and buying negro vutcaaa Uiey
buy bliicklicrrlca In the market, by tlie bas
ket full. Kvery AholltlonlHt would have
two votea his own and hia nlggi r'a. The
elective fniuchlHe would become a mock
ery nnd a humbug, and tho while people
would m- tlellvrred over to a black des-pot-lm
tho most gulling and degrading, llow
long would Hiich a HUtte of allalm ba en
dured beforu thero would lai a war between
tho riu'ear And how long would the
nctrrooA survive Alich a contest f Add iir-
tlr.an hostility to I he "natural antiigonbun"
of the rrwa-a, and tho extermination of the
negro race iiy war la Inevitable. The Aboli
tionists have nlwajH been the worst and
moat Implacable enemies of tho African
race; It now seems to lie tho determination
of that party to force tho uegro into a
IhihUIoii which will terminate their exist
ence. OAio t.Wi.
Two lllOllHlH no-n a vomur anrl knu.l.
tron g girl In lniliauaHiiia,daughtorormiA
of the "tlmt liunillea," ucrslsted, UemilU the
protest and nntn-atiea of the nareiitiL In
marrying a handsome, but rather wild
blade. Khe cloicd, married, returned, waa
reconciled, discovered an limniiiiallhllil v
of UnuH:r, waa divorced, and la again In
uie ooKoin oi ner Iiunliy in the tirli I jierlod
of two months. Itathcr rapid exiN'rlence.
even nr this laat age, for a young Miaa In
u.l vctlW,.
One of the Results. Fruits and Nuts.
FRUIT8, NUTS"
i OY8TER8, WINE8,
CANDIKH, ORANUKH, I. KM ON H, KHIH,
UATKS, IMJt'NKS, KAISINH, ;i;it
. . UAkiTS, AM) ClTltOM..
CANNED & DMED FRUITS !
t rali. C'uve auU Hpivvd Oyatcra,
HA1UHNK8, .,
U)UhTU(A .. ; .' , .
1'lCaUa, I..-
i ' bAlIC'KS,". . ....
JKI.L1K8. i . ,
CATSIH',
oi.ivr on..
' " atKI-ll MUilAKD,
HOI UAM lIKKKiMi,
hWlrtH AND IJMUEKU CTIEKSE.
Fire CTai kem, TrM4luoa, Jtc,'
, . J. V, BAt BA.STU ao!. ,
lid Maui oXreal, 0.poit Market liana,
dartawtf
JtVtU AM. At.UAftlHH.Ua
.1.1- . , , .
THB BIWT KKMKPV TO Cl'BB, IB
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
TiBTioNB rok rra naa tahk tiibkb
XJ viaioutiil ol lha IWib Kuiar a auoui bll a
"' 01 '. W.l.r WAll (AArl.ll. With 111 lAAMA,
ma Attauk k
iM-inifkt an. twvUtiBM iri'ai lit u Mi k
niiii viBrm f. HUH' U, it Ui VBUI iiUW
H-nl 9 Uum m t-i,t tUititildti ti ih HrHii
nt Nloi th tilnH. MtiuiiM H rt iH' VoifUwUr, tauU
rulAmtA) .U U I' unijti m kwtj. tjM a
tttia tmit KiHrr im-old ir itU-o-i i)i .TJtl;r,
wJmr mrto hr inUw mnttt tvat
f' J'" mu '""" ) '
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