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BUSINESS ; CAltDS.
SAMUEL. E. YOUNG,
Wholesale anrt Retail IKxvlcr iur
DRY GOODS, i
REAPERS & MOWERS,
V SEED DRILLS,
BfcOAD3ST SEED r
St. Charles Hotel,
, Corner V nttliing tnn and First Sta
Matthews & Morrison,
bust the mKrke jirt"oris always on tlie lable.
Free 4 onelt t and from Uie IIotM.
I. C. HARPER. CO.,
' ' " 1 -Xlrnlers In-- : '
rte, Fmm-jt Uoods Solioun, Khotfrans
Wallpaper,' Wood at Mil low
"Vare, Trunks aiH Valtst-s,
JPoeUet Cutlery, &e., '2ke.v
Sol'l very low eiiber for t-a-l, or to prompt ymy
tiS3 ' IngfUtotneTS on thiie. : t VI
Raiun; and 9foving KuUUUis-
WE THE TXlKKUiNKI I!E(i I.KAVKTO
' niioan to tln-.-cilnieiM t Aitwny aud
urrouiilin country--! haU liavviiasnpiilie J rair-rlve-
wil h the net-eiiry liiuchiiieiy for rais
ing an:l removiuti Imildinsts. we are ixwly at ail
inie to reeeivs orders for sm-H work, which
we will do in short or tor at lowest rai We
iinarautec entire sa.tifaetiou in all work nuiur
taken by us.
OrilerH left at. the Kkgistkb Hk 'promptly
attentedto. Apply to.
Alba, BASIY.AI.UEX CO.
Or., April ii. iali. -i; v
O- s- CO.
1? BOM AN I AKTKK PATE CNTO. T1!
. thcruotlee, freight from
POKTLAXD to ALBAW
All down freight will be deMvcred at POKT
r,ASI or ASTUUJLV ,
, .... . r ;'- f r
Free of TraTugc ana Wliarragc,
At Reduced Rates.
BaauSwiA Ma&l Atin.XX Y..tor C OU'
33 V O XT 37"
'.X f ..'.. &.JS
For farther iKii-ticu?ars, npply to -.jt
CXTAS.B. XiWTAGCE.. UOBT. M'CA'XEy.;
BIOXTAGUE 3i& JliiftitLEY,
BE SOW OPEXIti A M A G X I FICEX T
ALL AND WIMER GOODS !
elected wakndbotiht foe evitLat
cniittatouHiy IJoVv Figure'
nd s we bought low we csin nnd will sell them
at prices that will
Astonish 5 '.Every body.
Come and see our selections of
, . , Drms Ciooda,
'! : 'Japanese- -tmmwla,
. " ItrflMae S3', t IS. i , f
ilbboni,.. Collars Collarettes,
Lseci, ftcy cc;v " '- r
for the ladies, and our complete lines of
' " Hosiery,
, ; flaiw, .
of all descriptions for men andljnys. Also, full
Groceries, , .Croclety . , and , Glassware.
The 1st Koort", at the lowest rates every time.
Cr-t:one and see.
Lebanon. Oreuon, Octolwr 30, l7t.
BHi BASK KAHXliE- $100,000
JlfoCSE-Hj-AlWIt MAKKirr BREW
p.ii.ri:K the women's cestes-
S1AI. THE SKW HAMPSHIRE EI.EC-
g New Yoi:k, MAbcu 20, 187G.
M ; iTHE Bia BASIC KAILUKE. ; f it
ftfp the surprise of everybody, the
Bank ot the State ot New York closed
its doors Tuesdav. This was .one -of
thoklest banks in the city, and was
presumed to be one of the soundest, and
thctfaiiure created a profound eensation
00 51110 street. Stocks went down
trfchtfully, other banks shivered in an.
tMjjjjition of runs, and for a while it
seemed probable Jhat a panic would
sweep over the street. Jiut, fortunate
ly, tlic event passed without a wide
This failure lets in a flood of liht
on New York business and New York
business men. When this t-taid, solid
old bank this eniinetly -respectable
"financial institution," went under, and
its affairs came to be investigated, it
was found that none of the directors,
or, for that matter, any of the officers,
knew anything about its management,
that not one of theiu had ever looked
it ito it, there had never been a regular
meeting of the board, and ., that the
whole management was left in the
hands of one man, the Vice-President,
latriok ! As a matter of course Mr.
Patrick had lent himself $200,000, he
had lent the "Attrition "Flour Co."
$400,000 on $600,000 of. its stock,
which stock was worth about four cents
a pound, and equally as a matter of
course every shyster -concern in ,-New
York in which Mr. Patrick was inter
ested, or felt friendly toward, had its
moneywort ' just- as . worthless security.
The directors were all surprised when
the- failure was made known to them.
The ettect of the failure will be bad
in one sense and good in another. It
will be bad because it will unsettle con-
ti.ler.ee, and make distrust. It wliL be
good because it will compel directors to
look into the management, and see what
is being done with the 'money with
which they are entrusted. All the
liauks, Avith a few exceptions, are in a
tight place. Their securities sre nn
sound. Real estate was their favorite
security, and on real estate loans have
been made quite up to its value. Put,
alas, real estate has shrunk in value
overa half since these loans were made,
ami whei: the bants come to foreclose
only a half 'can be realized. ' Busii.css
men dread to have the condition of the
banks looked into, for fear that they
wi:I all be found to be rotten, which
would result in such a smash-up as this
city never saw. 'They prefer to shut
their eyes atid let things drift, . hoping
that somethhjg ; will "turn tip toilet them
out. liut it has gut to come. ew
York is not at the bottom of its troub
les yet. -"';
) a $100,000 HOUSE.
J)oyoa remember the failure of the
eminent' banking-house of Duncan,
if-herman & Co.? Of course you do;
and you remember also that they didn't
pay scarcely anything on the dollar, and
their creditors were fearfully indignant.
It is comforting to take up a Newport
pajxu aud read that Sir. Watt Sher
man, one of the partner?, is building a
cottage in that "city by the sea," the
cost ot which is only $100,000 ! and
this fora ewmmef residence only. Fail-
ing is not a very bad business, after all.
If, x-uiucd riiart, can aflbrd a $100,000
nousCjWnaiougnt one w nave wuo eiiuks
to his legitimate business, aud goes on
regularly? 1 he Vice-President ot the big
bank failure of Tuesday will probably
build himself a cottage next year.
barest arid closest possible subsistence
and they are exoeediiicTv ' fortanateii
Where one has work, ten have none at
all, and what tley are living on, ITeav
en only knows. I can hire ten thousand
women to-morrow for $5 a weekv wo
men skilled in tlie labor they 6, arid
men can be had in droves for a dollar a
week more. Wlien will tlie Rood times
i ue rauure oi .
Daniel Drew, once the
king bt "Wall slfeetptbdricetT no
sation, for tlie old fellow nearly failed a
year ago. lie lias been uniformly un
fortunate for 9omjyears,and "ike boys,''
as he was wont to term tlie younger
member t the "board, have squeened
hiro unmercifully. And 'Snalty they
got hfaQn; anif ec?rjbofi?ad
of it." In his day, when lie had power,
be showed no mercy. He never asked
or gave it, and now that "Lis enemies
havo him, they mete out to him his own
mcdiciire. Drew's career was a strange
one. lie commenced llfe'as a drover
and having accumulated some litthi
raoiiey, went into Wall street. As he
was totally unscrupulous, very bold aud
daring in his operations, and , very
couniryy ; ' .aitk
dres in wbjeh ur cVa;.ftbw jDEApos adams ioer
much more crediuble hajidiwork than
eulfe M HVebiexce: safad ixeptHWW iJI!oi
.oat pn. brf ct ; J""v!t
remaric oti;r i..m : n r
anything they have yet doire" in paint-
ing, let aloiie sculpture. . the "action o
the committeeja '(4iawaa Jn ,
blind indi.fferencc.lUJ tlte .hjj, seero in
which needlework islield in England
wliere5 speclltnerw of iace,ien)broidery, ;
and dress form ona of. the .mostr attrac- ;
tive and elegant departmental of H (he
Museum at Kensington, of which Peer-
esses are tue uiterestea patKUM! ana. con-
tributo"iu3 , in hichsjtli .Prhicess J
Louise herself is an enthfttiasti ma-1
teur. In my way of thinking, the Phil
adelphia ,'" ladies have.do ilicixjau
injury iy omitting to ry prpapect .
toorl,peeRa rtspRnd eoefevaiti1
them mlQv',tade';,, and !
drudgery. A vci euricms and interest-j
ing department at tlie eflubil ion would
be specimens of fine ' needlework' from
tlie days or tlie revolution down- - 'I he 1
excuse of the committee that to admit
such things wou brluglSowB on. Uiem 1
all the dressmakers and Milliners, ftr the !
country,) is as. unreasonable as to ex
clude all machinery because the whole
patent ocfliee might be offered. !? It:. was
theirs to chobso wliai toxhib)t.This is
a question which ought to interest every
woman in the countrywlio wants to see 1
proper balance ot respraet shown to all
branches' of womans duty and work,
to sewing aial dressmaking asrrell as !
making poor c'ay figures and pictures
out of drawing.5 l! ' ' ;!; '"r
THE SEW HAMPSUIRE EUKfcSnOS. 4
You can't imagine tliewlld delight with
which the news bf the glorious triumph
in New Hampshire was received by the
Republicans ' of New York.; If there
is any one thing that the: New York
Republican dreaih'aa a business man,
and aside from any political feeling, it
is tlie return
' 111 .
HA"VPVI jitirtfliased tlnt tn fctlet-est of ti.
Cellar in the late linn of raf & Collar, in
... . rt..- ki..l.a tntcnr flits 01IMl tIlIllly
to ret.im his thanks to the eilizens of Aly
and Ticinltv who have so generously iwtron-
SKd him f the PI 'irt
Minrinuaaiae of He same.: . fcfir' All Isinas oj iur
?iwJ.kPt o luiudaoauuiuufm-tured ;o,er
at lowest rata. VKAr.
Aitway, Xov. 12-v8n8
Et lXcus G Carber r Shop.
rrHE CSDERSIGNEI WOlTUl KKSPEtT-
him for the pt seven- '"" S
future a continuation of t heir
R,wommodation of tranlent rtistoiners .and
friends in tne uniT tv inr u m
edaneati'ttlf.t.pnext door tfl iTn lor Ki os.
aaloon.wi - 1 ttorky.-vrtjlJ''e
it auenoanetf lo 'iui mVUXir"... v
shrewd as well, lie amassed an 'im
mense fortune. At one 'time ho was
worth not less than fifteen millions,and
he was never quoted at less than ten.
He was probably the most ignorant
man that ever did business His igiKH
ranee of the FigUsb Jaiiguage wasone
of the standing jokes on the street, and
"Drew's last" was as common as lying.
He approached a broker one morning
with the remark' "Don't you b'leeve
that theskrimmage on Nor' western liez
about calumniated 'tn "Calumniated"
was as good a Word for hmas -""culmi
nated."' J He is a foud professor pT ; reli
gion, and after a particularly villainous
operation in 6tocks, woufd "endow a
ligiotis school, or a, church, .with as
much unction as though lie had been in
dead earnest. He built and endowed
a seminary in New Jersey, and his bene
factions were wide-spread. It is said of
him that he was applicdi4ot.tQf give
enough to endow a school at a time
when he felt rather poor.- "I wanted
to do it," said Drew, "but I didn't see
my way clear, so I prayed over it, and
wrastled long, aud I got a anser right
away. I riz from my knees, and went
down on the street, and skinned the
boys out uv it, jnt tiz eaxy IV ,Iutlie
schedule i'of his "'effects, he takes' great
pains to include" Bibles and hymn-books,
$150.'', The loss of those books must
prey on the old man' niihd f As it is
said that he had something iri the
neighborhood of five millions sately put
away in the name of liis family, , it is
not probable tliat he will suffer in his
old age. He was a great , admirer of
Jim Fisk, and did a great deal of busi
ness with him when Fisk was on the
THE WOMEXS CE.NTESS Uti .1,,- if
After" tlie usual preliminary ' squab
bling, the ladies ofS'ew York have
gone to work in good earnest, resolved
to have a show worth the name at the
exhibition. The women representing
t iirt-l J-'i-"
I anit ashamed to justify .t . , , um fatM..ftp, odoe4,LHn.f anothef (ttilerrwTrlya Kttd, p '-US tZUJy
f or -1 liave kept the faltb 'ras lu?' beM lihuf an Ereda Mt1ial(iv it because it necessary in n.f i P
'-Remarked to,Tfmbtliy:KH;J ? 'tiny, flimsy handkerchief, whiha tioiityo1Ifrfaw
Sometimes I havclieen slrelv irled 'uf tteredfrom liosaw and tokme ifm iNd i,?
By soul-besettVneonbt- n playedaiaj6ii hemtng4kmm1M.M wlfgnI sawftnothfrnsH. H Ml
Yes, l!ixtneiiiity i've lied ; ,s &
Ana nimost.Deen touna eut.f . .
But that yas When adversity ' ,
Had eotppassed rrMafcont? 5-
i et farth has H-umpried In the end:
. And always brought me througli.
, rxr wnipn my uauy nmnKsascenu
-To Utwto wnoiWtteyrewier
a.xcefauwlii latn- bmy
A'Veargi FbAngneftlica.i' Ve d in!
Whose style my fincy stru;, ui
But early recognized-jay loss- i .
t in c . i . m f-l. n oM.ttr
-Ahvia-tUweft f fw.isw Utter ert$rf4-1 1
Tlie tliought that 1 was "stuek !" ' '
i i. nightbefwSBj. tHtmSmfOfWrikilr tyt swh&t, rneant, tq ..MrvTw1i6n 1 tlliUtW.
: hi ! -coope$he JMof4LJu(, he can, Jiobeless it, wa, Tio Mtf m kivtf;
ti- ve W;r e maxiylf baltji peVtTl aheftht XfUI4l aaswi .
U.8lcouldIetee glistening ana oewy. nai i
owner JtthWtmU trembfed;fvith otnWnng ' i ..r
. Jt .l, T tl iaM lsuioiiCn. itrfAi iisnnim.'.iats ' e.ft:n
liifair Tin lo ahirwai?l,:iil aif WHaiM&ulutrymwvAl Liti.:$
t,fwt IfMppwrajhia-jie.Wf nosseisioB ,. IfeteMr. sMayhfcxr ttA.ocvX C'
stokia artiltK9 aitf&ie Ci-fcS t-ia-
)aid itvUDOfkHofa'a .lani &d! ia.iSfci
fclet-iftUsfa6eh1sfeart?f (BW fthfHwn eyt fcwf;jC
hope to uttextQ .jtc
IriiaGAai 01 uf fan r-a , i-srws
. w4i- m u rwi a IUhi wmmt'Jl a 1
presir dfM hef5fiaf imam&dafot& Mih Jittl? fiutlerh"? iMjry Jw
chieidinBidy ltft-SBl Sfmm '.yJ'.jf.'l ?''- -.I'n
gain--to,hei but bit ptln3yjkigery. ncamxt bedef !H7ia E.
lli.it animal to go. s r., -r U1" uear meintruto to juv ciitvisneu I y jm p"T
lie always seerrieddlJcohraged :bjT, - to Uielatfist ficittlof lift YM? ytnduglf f aB"?!!1? V-UMi
he i.adjiettHNtf Mt u foWtolt thatbo. ,,Ef vlf mtyp&i
sorryi pmf9DMkmutektot!k$mi W"!"? lyrr-lTilft.
waiw ar artv KonieoTs aiid. hl Terr
snirltP emit ftlhi !f VfTtaJ? . iSl fccintF mrntnMtdmtotwl
'lhaven-tseen,'.? J saW,hw : UenT(mnhVfn,n t'd tlttf W fdtdge Uieeaiiselekttloara, fiedjbef
seir 3are 'MventeW ereefetf wltM rflflesrF,re ww rveiauon.oi a iwni.wi
and taeriyuMaifrforEdulBSfaf ter He clasped hef uthn anas s hjwe. .
confidant, utd 4UesjMMqu to reach ed Varm krses whertseachy S."
the height otVblisI '?F J , tedtyc?liaMMil7' -
. AnothW wklKsed
row was i Sabbath day; .-istitasw1iich "noB ?'WO' Bmir4,
hisnvitaowi .gcaid&f IIii sermoif K.ffiS
juviow mayucw Ntuuiucu vuw Uv . , . .
trlv twiliiht C,r a. Kolitnrv- walti.iol Wi tfet f hemwlttaaii tl
He was a, very sliowy brute, t-
But most amazing slow y.. w
, It somehow; never seemed to suit
Tliat animal to
ir " -hil v-jsmrl ttii inA ",f
My tilth was sadly shaken ,
' By tliat eiahtv-dollnr trade : ' 1 5's, ?i:
But tlie lsatrnist van't mistaken ss
it'l'liA I'irrliramia man -fVtiocii L ail
Js or his seed a begging bread. ' '
; And. sure enough, there came along
r A hor.e-dealing dead beat, " T
; On whom I "came 1tw rather strong1 -'
By what may seem deceit--). .-., ,tt
5 Though I can lia.nlly.deem it wrong, tit,
Tlie wicked to deleat."
The sp.nusUiiios were oiick. that iwys
. Anq some got in the teeu ,.,,f ,. .
How siKldenly that boss waxed gavT" "
f- And how increased Mi speed ! h" i
Ye, outwitnlly andiinviinlly ? i -;.
. He. Yas a,fiejry steed. , , 4i
That jockey senfTed at style ar.d pace
1 u phrases quite profaua ,.,v,i-.r
Then shook three -"lifties'' in my fiice.
And shook them not In vain. "
Tlie lucre quite entiedd me thought
His laugunge-giiye me iiium
T ought to havW reproved hfnV ""
For the wicknl woril lie said.-1
But anger might have tnovqd iiira
T' renuiVuite the trade : ' " .
s .essentially a
To" i ilorrow hi ftst'bsf the last of "it." tlS f
he was about to reonter5it A IJtKrlosendi a mlaruiholy'Wrtaaaiifje een
proyci to be, Ecarcety moie tnaii a
child ind Iri tears. - ' mvmiws '4 other jdv atd slsmnwa a paper dow ,t
ai4izadiyrienuer-neareq;; .iiQ;i?n-a44Mi tne.oesK ne exciaimeu t, t, ,
neven trast biioaelflp iiavi
lace.agaii..- tv, , .lirftvrcD:A jiMKi&a r.rr
some' Onrf lea Vinjr Mnj liVvase as r A Detroit man with a bad . lookii'C .
er, for it mean's to Jura the old Tweed
rule, which is; another namefor ruin
The sentiments of the Republicans; of
the city wa well expressel by a "promi
nent business man at the Union Ixague
ChiW '"Tlie elecliou and tlio victory,''
said he, "is not an endorseme ut of lcl
knap and the thieves it is a veidict
that the Republican party is not respon
sible for the acts of a few;c6miptimeii."
Afalpelklrig5 fhiseTact itir
singnlarlibw it tears into 'the idepeni
dents. The Tribune has awakened to
aiieauy nt03t , , j -7- - . .. ....j-w ..v v..u. . (, f , ;
ayvHA 4r- i? !? i shocked :atl grievedrhasight He, ?! submit, the dose and demand m di---.
: . t - - -4 ') almost feared, for a moment, lhaf lie voreet3Rt' v .- iax oaiH?'
vseVJSiJoSi r," . ad 'Mm liVinhtsVwkwarffieMC5 f ,3r qerC6siffc MM alhSdrisV fHial -
Tims I brought
'And saved myself from loss f
AxV brethren, trials lojig- have been
To iuc, like that old hoss
I proht in the long run by .
What seemed aTjitter cross.
ti.i 1 ..u 1. 1. j ji ..A .i I x. .1 -1 . . : j .
nemo IHUTOI ,VTV uui III nic i 1IH WIIBiCi,VUHUIInM i HHtMls'l.
way that suspected. She would havka 'IIumr the iapers. tcaether niwhtf. .
, gone her way down- the street: but he I quick 'for "she's out after a dray to move "
arretted her stepsauv eurated lromterq the tuf Ritrrre r fraJiteg i '
Thus things are sure to cohiojtrouud right a talo hi many, cantos, s-.jo ea r4 km "I gimetyoaJa diore,it,eT .
I For those' who live tn teith"" ' , ' Cent tQ Jfrst, lr Miff 1 J qsa . waa,.theT ed! IiiaJI onor. m'a .
allu"? UOt SlR,,t' " Vuest and sweetest and hesCIady ithatf HerT's the 'Qqwd. M&ofr said? "
And wWhtKyH moote r' ?' " ervCHi; aint Misrlfosa had ot
Found faithful unto death." " lklin to take hertase Weewtr.darn4 tx)if'an of ; shiriMaUersi. wtid 'MhtWir; I
TIIE PREACHER PRAt'TIt E.
THE LABOR MAKKET
Is in a fbarful condition. One publish.'
' , w..-,- -. . r-- ' ,s f 1
ing nouscnas uiscnargea inirty cicrKs
since JauXsty.eyery.one vpf whora, are
now out"of employment", aiHl- will" be
till trade revives. The great metal
house of.PJielps, Dodge notified
their employees that, they should be
compelled to dismiss one-half of, theni,
whereupon the men held a meeting and
resolved' to work for one-half wages,
provided the whole fore should bo kept
on. To this the house consented, and
the meft Vre doing'the liestlhey can vin
tiZHMsQifi& tfjiguf vpX pnj rmanafa"
turer in the city ' who nerer, till last
year, employed less than' 1200 men,
has - but 400 at tins timo. ' He dis.
charged 60 0r last week. These are but
sample cases. Tlie whole industry of
the cily?s faTryaed and disess is iiot
only wide-spread, but universal. Tlipse,
wta Lave work, are dpips it for ihi
for the -next CentennwU-Tilt wa
thought a small matter to exhaust ' the
resources of the women of the City anil
I they are to raise $15,000, t5 complete a
pavilion, 1 wliere their. ..qifferent
works" of art and skill xniry;bcrshMrK,
and, as usual, the best way of raising
the money is by giving entertainments,
Titiens is to sing at a grand concert to
help build the pavilion and 41ie:&m-
l,oitofr tHetplaeVihera sh had..sc-1 drthat5wiUtaliJikaid.aXir
journed, and the name ot which she coldIT yv.,,x
had -ratlicr not .mention 4ot Ab gentle- He. was instructed as" to what steps'
r riinul had ninwd t.lm tintrrtinmt ! man. as. she liad beeiLDut tlicre Because l ha mnst lakeland in hiarttirriiit ao.
Mr. Jiayhew a most unmai
inerly trick, sue uia, once pe a wicKeu gin ana, ia ! conniMCHi "Je J wen Wy leaving tW
n, as yet unor- no taking ecmetMn tliat' aidrrtieiongioa 4nt mmmsmwmat
very peasant 1 V er, tm sni warnf. WfeMma foUowa - .,
elderly gentle-. .anyiiporeiwib.ditipliit'h il7ltha;r; uwu and kicked
;aiiUi ; acain i v; . f if. ctiann.ht Vk tmufma fcij .
.,,wlich .would, L , Liinib second. Tii weeping dam- ' :2MieuIlRqt loAfA tJ r9ffh r
Jo the young c:ergyma
dained, it had seemed
the, fact that tlie . Republican irty . is thing to be invited to an
the onlv one that ever did anv iuvestul hian a luxurious, home
Mt;..u ; its ra,A. and the onlv PluPil durhi a eason
15 :J nnrTI r? IT1' A otherwise,,
one that ever punished its own thieves. j ,
It real ly .seenied,; to fi.-el . good : oyer tl ie
Republican triumph inthe Granite Slate,
ninT VmiI mnM!ic'il: neiiiT fv KniRirft TTrr-i sl''
ace Greeley went insane than it has tort ertg
yeaw'lVwoniftditWWngtflalr SftWb succiimb
7Wrf ahrwiM wt4i&f''trttliA Re.1 law;
n.,uL.. j.i . . i ; F i.i Horace?
uart v once more- -!" - li fcr no 1 thought of cutting ff his hand aa fte4 4 1 M'jwtS'timri0tft .HcfwMtlii iiiLt
lve been spent Jn dreary, sera latiier was put ot worK aua w;as ft&KW-JwikfWMm 9ffWi
ofitab'e solitude; and liow 1 very hiucligiveh to drihkf '"If it hadn't can jrove it-r ...t.,?. r,,,- , : .
could the more prudent of young men eW for that JrwOUld' not hiliWti?eiaf ;t,ri!5dto pzeii TmSTnnS then iaW
have foreseen that the hospitable man-Ted ,aud lirwaa at terabk ahftda aromid. " H'uufumM Xhvi
cbntaTheiVa dangerously fascTitTng fwas q,uite lurjhejjWpikJfndi:. pA>akljtim anWtfeaSwgt
, or that' a hettft that" had hithToti clear j wnat should she aq t , i dimejiovela.'mrid tberf $rtHkPirT!; haf
tcseted 1VfeuiruIia3!te1iarmiwoufd1'f Canto third. The weeping daaisef ft talked to'jier like Vf athek . . - -. .
tS trYe-iirBt glance bf a pair bfdid be. MwhtpMWmqthe jC. ; easfn fnej to "take fier "tOil
hinffeyear" "t t -u m -iisu a uanuKerciuui which l'uss nosa i circusj ana xnen gcinng'tnaa ana tarn-"
: Aiavhew wonkt as i soon 1 had wives he tWheefSUflday WsK'SSd ihr a midytoi.i tsaisi ti rtw
ing, making tip" fs5, nd t'irs?"-?5,.
money to buy iceci earn for her .(Mii-
brought to ligtejrtnjfesite! held on tide, wotildjWait, for 'fibjpant jeastjof j'okCT fiaof'sord iiikee1iHf meMiio;j?rrter5iQ r-Vi j ff fTf
I it unitlittKCacrCitt an M i -4
recent ly.Ini5ki)rai prosjiects it' :tlie-bei' 'ijrcre douttntt jjTft VtfeMft oifiificj tCfet St4t l Sf this divorce atidTwi.l roaW Jja- 4 4
young girls were at. work a monse sud- so, whatever Tiis shffering1, there Was no po? 0 ?1JSWt tfj-sft , y-atua AtletuwiB. J-a
ilenly made its appeaface-on a table, remeoyi out to groan and oeaf ttiem, ' 1 lier" were several auuiuouai cantos
"--IS '.U'W msvT "" ;;8'1'"TJ ta.Tr?.
,,, . , - r ,- t1l ct, u.. causing, ot course, coBsiderable com mo- winch this 'exemplary young 1 -man proi me taie, out, aiier me episoae ot "Xiw isangs comes to i: T'f'K w?:
the oldest larnmes in tuetate, bearing aid a gepaede. Tlie in- ceeded to: .5 itilw e Ut rm fifty-dollarmnqTcercIefnTo a Boston boy's oon.-. a cr'IUIi i " " 1
V?? ,,5mQ,reSll,. JK!?. grader eia,-iownMy--a-ynfr f T!y that he rished thSr green- JeW r1ieanJ no) rdqre; ' lleWinHtlrataiiii.
Schnylersi:LningsU)rite,audVaiiatHS who happened to 'fee jpreseht,' but eyed monster irtliis bosom vwouldbe Ifhad? reV cearrcd-to httha fie BawisCaynd ir-Charlrt
selaera, Uvewdered aflagf rieyyi, pPifof H'W nothiB8 1MAWwit M ,-iraa Uii.tittatMM JUtkk. lUver Whe JT7
. ; s-,, . u-giiei tt running up his sleeve, came out between mivsbeadmiMed.ihat a; vers well tarn, thehpt, UoodpMOln9iempleairrJt coahsb.herinand s -hV willi'yrT; .
broidered with tlie anus of the Slate hig wail0t and 8hirafe the neck. The edmuf UAeleoUired autmal, ofetile same flood ; his heart stood Uflr1te gasped urf they t.fd mTl . ' m '
whicli will be hung in Indepciideiicfei unfoittuiaia had hW ipoQthr lopcn pec4?rcrit ift wnderhis. vest,Jff aiij. in dismay. He grasped the girl's shouli 'usefid tUW.1.2nlwrIkr a,
Hall after the exhibition, as a trophy andt1ie mbufse; 5n the fbokoirtsorhe 4w9touHjomforUblQ acUyity wliei der wild! v." . .f'TZT shipaad.SiJJ JLlisi erc'a-j; V.kZs iTisfesvuKr
TiadeVvrABraXarawMi MerfTer'ini 1bsa.Wiidine'' amilei'upbnT ;- HDflnW fecTtilJfa MtfunMed1! madeduter whalehojie fcr. i
ed the man's moatln aad - he, -In, hisf any masculine creature. As smiles arid 1 nis'fsesrr kfey ilnthvqSdbr, kd rtdin ) Keys auddotninoes, and al
lso for" lioriv
tnjtfit aTMlttt tiAheiimm!$fiLpm- dimples were lier natural language, and. 'Chnaigh jteliftBCIyifaghtWIi.: andles forcWnv. J -wwli
ft BRRlDwrtPfatia fan ttitjaiaBiiole mascuuiA "Visitors' 'were no means' ed cJdldijitlj $itrtUk-wPutdaelraJbol tiMiiitv
time wltboai'iuuclifiiriAaaTions beeri'a rare.r4i2'1rfe waa made 5 tbrmeht td aolitary state nptna velvet sofajii tfie';$oH1jS'jMii,ftF $&VfflT
i-foorrreit?! ,lweerr? tSl f Darn I hate 'era- tCeia M to
rinririliilr KoU rtd xrtnr-' iifort.Ann.tJlv I hirn' rttirltrlifcn iWamT PTvlfMit tfmfet drawil
nrnvl InlM a fat m LliA DiWht 1.. I ino 'krttAnW fhliTUV.-,ru i-al!v I (llOclt 6f tlMllDeilldltDd tiiWilluil !
.4.,r- 7 " - : r. ---i -w s j - -1 J I - . .. - . . I . i -. . ... . ..... . t
staucOf for the moan begatf tor tear and f avorody' tl ie w imax ot rlorace aiayhow, tne..res ctJx?jug.rQnno; jpy gmmma-n r" - .
bite inside the man's Uiroat and cltest, woca was: reached ?t?ft --wf s her of the family -frtcn which she.Jiad!l inj larifyob", r wlftlejr"U VrJk
and the result WMtltat.the unfortunate I . . MAxtaMouftblo dandy !" said he in been d ismissedj'she shjyeid a j it wp.B ttl .tl .boy u IIrvar i Cir-mrr,
fellow died, after a little time, in horri-1 eunreme distrust, a iiewon wImj descend- an ague,.. tjt ol oofiooi. V.outd Xuuit ci-t w'tji
b:e asonv.wT feeveraa wswesse oorrobo-1 ed to the rnerc( itivtueii t eon versa-1 r roin inc
rated tCo above tact, and tned.tcal ' tcs- J tioiVi Whose'i
te4:pWe CiliQare STgJ'g ?3tTtYuuony a to thoatne of death having tiorispf dwssrf
other night in Uiealricals for the-a me
end, young Jadies and gentlemen of tlie
test families -appeariug ,. atilie Ju nion
Ieague CHub Theatre- before -crowded
dattghtfer pfayed together ofie nightj-he
judge, it i isaid.fappearuigw Aha bt
spirit and grace, of ; a jroung .roafr' bf
twenty-five, by the side of his daughter
of eighteen. ,;,Tjie" single v'pcrforrnanc6
realized ?900 for tlie fand "The' decis
ion ot Sirs. GUIespie who is the " head
of the Women Commission la Phila-
delphia, refusing with jwnesessary orW
nesi, tq' admit alt' speoirneiw ot wbrnehs"
work relating tq dress, raised such criti
cism thai' it lias boon found ''exponent
to modify the fe, ' A;tt' faterpte
tatioo ot it would, exclude U such' 'val
uable arts as lacetua)triig'hieh;; has
attained a very creditable stac; ip tbie
been civeiu' ' .VverdietLl of ,"accideutal J he could
deatli"1 was returned. - -it self migl
A-'. . - I able' impression c
The follow ir:2 storyfartold in;. Wash-1 listetied to t'no ta!
ingtotrof tho late Senator Saulebary .' of I Httle )radding jnstaWbCabe iftoalder
DclaH arc.., ThcJScDafor'.bad tl.c'.rcpu-1 had be ik so nhbly dewiod -art s assist-
tatton tiBrmjj thoiaw years'ot ins sena f ance to those straight ami .cropping
--' f. , f 1 i . ... i i rt a.
'nee Jie went 10 iuiss utiuJnM-woib W. - nwMtTcn "
mind was absorbed mooes-1 in m'hBfo rooni .""loJ by -lhe iqidl iufsudivln vb4wsa-,:
it not have made a more favor- learntp Ivokj w?U, atidjf as, her eyes I says a1 WahVnHtoh psrMr "irn tliat uf ''"
,n MikA iin 'i met hts..ne.icit tne juiiistiame otue '" 7., l . s
-- fif-i-ii ,m '!At?.l il.tT- ir ones, me wise' oi iWAtvui
ifwrs ' ciKrorminu rt .a ouiiiessiuii ns w as auuub lo iiihku n T
wna &t imtAuui" vury ieeiy, anu l iqcks wntcn navure tinwveitiseu to aaoru.
tqld;bf JiiriJ that bo was acctistomed 1 After a week or two' of tern:selCdis.
have twoKi eoektftils an-ied to his 1 ritvlinfe 'it haTtenpiT that'tte miserable
roota in. ilie mailing bcforqliq roso, and j mowi was w3' evening retiring to his
when-asker! by w friend why ho had two apartment whan Satanior waa it timt
cocktaild, haiteuut! tlifliV alter, taking little heathen Cupid njjaiu ?--baeli htro
- d .: A . ... , .. :l X " . ...I- ".4.: - . a ... ..tat : . a . 1 .
tonald) foltlike ailollf Inaq Land thought f with a terrible temptation.
it woufd be mean Twt to treat that oth. ' ' A'rtbbf ajarWloYig ourirfngfetdt
ieir Wia'S? Tzt'T'Jt' .', .1' ; gasfigtif reveartng a table ipread with
i( i Tlil tXU,WvKm jUMUna Ajfech- b bxes, ud bottles of rris?rraaMirj', and
leap year mnten, ana tne wuyuia iei jillmng jewels tn cozv nests ot sCOtton :
.Iannis Wt.tfSt.Pooi hoili hf Halva ninrrtfifl y
on tus -wsm 4Msttr
uiHi iiurtumu bin; e.yuii tenor oi
i ms; way .as a weti-principiea person
"""' -'' - - y t atiouid. iipracc MRynew paaaed and
j' Tha msA; aud, plum trees to Genrgu Inflated;9 Ha" IcokcdoW the 'statt
lgrpvtC,ri:U;: aJsmnoceu 7SVT:-?.Z :.T
natorl WuCJ tai'.d I. atn A'H wf.r
over,mtutJB!e earas BMH iiuVthal, wah an ovtrdreas ot,ihit sav7?t- '
aside with a brave effort. .., -sf ,,T j. rbrprdered.Tn Vlife kk, suiUl V.I .1 "
There was now no other course to take e.A s ''t"
and when,-mith1rtro-atTTrae to w"f ",Ti. ' -1
edi in horizontal ttand&. Use ss u t
entraine aud the corsa ro ;low, t i
essayed an ex plana Uo. I whMa Huilo and' garinont-'H .jf t.,
e VPce, iwioc Ito moistened Ins mrchod of i cmbrosderv c;yr -
Hps tf ie words' .would rot comb.' ' He the skirt. Her- neckaBSsr-ef- solitair
looked dbU at' tlicf pretty k'Ut-tldiaRstaidf t:vmMjteftMii?i-;l'iji
little white hand reiiriira tV!-;J abbwther f"ir tht s-r,'tf',r
jclaAndihjihfirotj tvirg'v.wit vc Jartre anJ;i.-4. 1
jui i-citcn ; at, i ne aewy, rarma i.-, ; vti i rot-uuc, t w
thesweet-browSi cs VA lenght he w ith similar pm .wer.' r ; : V .
f f reidroii:gfsai It tTJasagtipAr, crr
Kosa, and I brought her baefc. ;tf)fl1'iw."r '-- , . rr
- a a . . .. . 1 ni'leirUV 41 I at h H'';d i.t t 'n .!
JDee. 11. 1871,