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OREGON SPECTATOR.
C. U tillOIHIIl.'ll, IIDIMIU, ritUl'KlhTlill AND Nil VI CI!)
'III! AttlTAIInf O TIHHUMT 11 Till HI i IHMKU Of WlM-OM "
, lIKItMX. KIVi: Illll.l.AIIS I'KIl ANNUM IN AlltANU:
VOI.
OUECJON CITY, OKKfJON TKUK.TOUY, FRIDAY, AI'WL 7, 18.14.
NO. 8.
TIIK OllKCiON SPKCrATOlt:!
A IWtKI.Y NrW-M ll,ll, I
DKTOTril Til Till' MOSAI, MICUI , IITtaAHl, r
IITICA1. A-lll AIISICll rli.ll. ISTta.HTa UP
th mull ut oniuui
,,.,., , ,. , .,,,. ,. ,.
1 uun-nci. .e.jr i ri ny r.ciuiii; wniro III ...ur I
IiuiIiIiii,', .M tin Slinl, OrigmCil).
TRUVSi INVMIIAIII.Y .V WVi.Sci:
One rap), rf illlllllil ... $i Ul)
11 f. r mi inniilli' .. l I'll
k.vit.s oi- .uivr.iirisi.sa.
One s,it ire (l'J lute ur Iim) i ne inmlioti, $i OU
" " Im. ui-erlioii-, UU
For every atlditnmil ui.r(ioi 81 Oil
rrifeaainal and IIumiiih-i Card-, of 1(1 luiea or
ifM, 820 I'" Annum.
A lib-rut ile.lti. tioii maile to ttarly Itertiaers
Tho niiinlH r of iitn. rtiona must lie. ili.tinclly
marked mi the margin, otherwise that will bo
canlinuad tall t Tlnd, and i Imrged according!).
P 0 S t Pi T
"Over I bo I.rll."
rtaoiir
II don'i your. mi mWr Hill Ilarli'ii instli.r,
I lid llarluti llmt tin il nt ll,e mill ,
till i ) ea jiint lik. n p,, tnoilii rt
A nd n huh liken parrtit's lull '
t itlni Inni iiirh ii,
And i tvllnw skin.
Hi 4N jii.t tliu inni far n In tit,
(tur lin' tcft.yuii kii.iw. m iilier,
Our tin lell y.iii know.
Hi rniue to rourt ine,oiic,tii.iiar,
When w.'liviil tip auutli.
Anil tried to kits Hit , lh .llime, mollli r,
Jlut iiktsl Ilia .Inn in m) maiilli,
Tlie iildwiircr'ire'
I slapjid Inn fact
Hut Mil 1 'lwoa n luting li'o i ,
Oiar lin I.fl trm krmt, ui"tlii r,
Oier tin lalt you kit m
Up tl is iiIv ami nl I 1 ill ticli in lin r,
'I lia I i.l nil flli.tuul tiling
.'-III 111-lu.i I liii-h in .III. i,
' in.. li. n. irr i clll In il lirn i
II.- mid, "in) il in ,
t ill tun l.t III) loii. '
I I 'd Inni,' I ill. tea' jn.l so' '
It tat I miaul, over itie led, uuitlier,
I In r llie lel inu kninl
Ami t'li irli U' I .ll I J
it'iil-, innlln r,
Vlliim.: I mil' iimi Ii
ill"
Aul.it.lii II ke n Innk. n I el m is n, tin i
Mnl I lull Ii in 'I'iiII'i -ili' ile ,
l.ll'l leii-il
'lie I'M llmi.'1'ifi.l'
I'ul ill III, Ime I .I.iih
I- im l III" Ii 1 lilll.niiM I'lillu.,"
' Mer III' 1 ft tint kin I
Ali'le'.t I ill.
il I II I Ii
IllllliCf,
I -Il I III! Iill Ii
11 II I I'
All I lli'HIil I klie I , nr liri'll lltollicr.
1 I I I I illllil III I t" llt III llltn t, KT
l-lioul.l livV.,1,1 llll i,
I did III il t I 'lrlii '
It llitile Cli lliu i- iim J tl- a Ins ;
lini 'Inasiill mer tin lln- Iifi i.iol I., r,
I it. r llie I. II, t"ii Limn
U lieu I t.lim.1 lli lit llie alii r, mntlii r.
Til ueil llie mill I tin) I l.M i ,
I r. tl it gli iiiimi; .le i no , tnolln r,
An I aioke mill nn an liMe- ii i,i(
Tn "Im i and i.liej"
Deiir Clnrlie, that iljy
Tn I'lede I tiaa nu wa)a.lnu ,
Two rut oter llie 1, tlien, inolli r.
Nnl mertlie left, j. .ii knuu
A llnlnj l)ii.
Wlm Ion n r.iint dit ;
'lie IMitor; ttho, fur Hue mill' un! ild it,
a itntri.lt hi- iiriu i Ii ur, till in;. -, -tine .mil
iiikstmid ; tthuliis lini" to hunt iijiiMiu
iii nl siili-i ril r-; tini" In ilmplier hit r
u4lti1l1n.1l in miiM ripts ; time to 111.1I.1 .1
lainfireiifl'id poitn ; linn tokiik initio
1 iijje lmt mnl im 1.'" tunliM ; time lout,
tin the lnnj si indltiL! iju irn I la I we. 11 Ml
Amu the ioiuisiior mnl Hill the t'ir. 111.111.
mid lint time to ttrite 1 tui.linii nl in nun
tnuiiie.iliont In liiin-i If fur mlihi itioll ill
liia n n nier, rind to p I up 11 m tt liumlnig
priKiprrtut for the de.ir, iiuilidm pulilic
Who Inns ,1 r.iiut il.it (
tin 1 lil the rmii'fill , lit the wind
rflonn ; hi the h nlliss iruw n.uh out llnir
Ion" ntti nulled h'n;ri rMiii'l nil. luniiist mi
r.i-iin. nt; pile on the mnl; filch
the
, , " "" '"-"
dressing rola.. Nm ., LI I s.u, or diugl,.
tt-ro Adam can g. 1 1 re .,. .1 .1 ' lk
lirill ill Ur, llll II III Inn-" till;
thu old writing disk; oinlnnk 1I1.1 ..M 1. 1
ters. Tin re is ,n bunch tint ttith 11 riblioii
blue as the 1 yes of the ttrilir. Matrimoiiy
qtiein lnsl thi ir I rightin ss lung lime ago.
Hired help, ttmlrriing habiea,
I Rtitio lo a) , an- 'nning lha ma) h"a !
And here is a pack ige wrillni bviiil.s
jiairing Urn Iclei oine ml, nely in'lerestcil
-. g-.j ......... .. ...... j....-r mill, i
Hut rotund ami jolly ottmr of a prim, y ,
house, 11 tiueonly wife, and six rulluksiime
111 inu pneu tu iieiiiMinu prii.sre a., ; n(,
risiMinsiliililies, wucry : ttlntlnr lln- fn
till v eter ilisseclnl n iii.'in win
who had ,li, il uf
,,. Ir
'
n "bruki 11 heart !"- 1'iwii
Niiiloiilil but Ihit I'.iiiiu iioulil like llie
ruiiy tlits, if shell uhl llu-nhlorsiliil.
Shi-pi.il. ihly tlntlk- It will inr,,. ju-t in hir
linn In ,i an , ili!,, ml will 'mil kIii. I.Ii,.
to learn hint
hott In itdipt Inr situation lo the
ances,
- -
circunist
tKTUrigiin iniist le- agr. il .nimiri, f,,r
they say llnl lln re of a dill mKla i,,'t,,m
hear lln- leiik of a Ine for litt ult mil,
Si air a Ur,
OrWInli m Ih. .s, grat, lul th t-i
ulnn nn ills nf . 1 lli ill, 1 I,, his bun 1, .
ijujI 1 1 c 111 a ircim-jug ;
, (V'lhp 1 tth.ir.-iinni lln Ihiii'ltiii
rfir In III 11 limp.
tiki Moiiu'i-'ii ;m.
Ah, ii'i iiiiimii ut uiic; juiiir liiilli Miiir
I. ii-in llit Inline Miif iliiliUmiiiu lor hT,
mil' ill iic-t mid knnli t In.ii'l. Vmii m
mi1 ii dire tin' In-- tnii-u-l lin in In in;; d'
in it nl ut' ii iiintln r's i.irr .mil prnlnlimi.
Mill ttln ii tmi licnr lin luiiri'lii it ninth, r's
.. .
" "
iinK, filllii.' stMitlt'nii In'' en; iii
lilurr ful In I w ir ill .ir. t u -In" j.r.1-.
Mm In In i lio.iim, nmt iiiiiiiiiI mi tmir
i In. Kill- iiI1mIIi.ii tli ki.'. ol ili toll d lute;
win n inl'liH'- inni miiiii iliill III ' Ii inkr
I'n Iium l.i ti i. il by in ili in il rig ml tin ii
iinli'i il, toll jmi Ii- ili Mil iti' inni mill, in
ilni Mi'lm-iiif In ut Mnir iniliMiiliiMi'
Iii-h. Ol'lili in lliu ilii.irt (iitlittn) uf lili',
tint fiirm nl' tli.it iliii.iiU.il one, ruiliant in
l'mitt iiinlliitiliiii's.4, ttill njijuiir, ttnliliin
out tliu In Inn il of i in tli. Aitln-ulnr in
tlicnziiri' tn lilt pours its lilit filial iikIIoii
l , mis mi tliu tartli. i") tlit Mi'niti il iiintlur,
I'riilii tlii' ilni hi n ni ty ntnl Iml .itliiii'.-.l'
nl' -li.il n ulnn will Imikiliittii on lit r iliir
Uln il urn i li'lt l-liiinl, :iml lin. illu nti r
tin in ii i-nl tnniiiil iiml .icrcil. Vniittill
n .ill lliu fniiilni -n tt itli it liit.Ii vlie ot or gn o
tul t.ni, mnliDiitrMt it ttitli tlivculil no i
tiniof iitlnTi. 1liiMi.itiru jircojits iin
iri'iiin Mnir luirt, j.nrify tho fimnt tin
I i'IiiIiI ti'i Ini'', mnl n In -lini'' tlu line ti'ti
drils .'iinNuottt Imsnmt of tuiilhfiil lmen
.1... ...Il .1. .. I.!!.... ..".... I It .u .. .11
til'-i-i'ii ii " I iiini .ill ilium inni.i. nilll."" .
1 ti rla null iliiii-il in icnil retiillulion.
a ite Inr .1 tilnlu the lirii;ht ttor'd 'a
it nnd juj out scene, mid 1 nti r thcclinm
larof ile.ith. Dritu from tour mind nil
thoughts of thtthtlty world without, find re
nlire the imiiri' ,tvn mih mnity, of the scene.
Hush that toiceliiud la ntteil hy thoclcip
-ih nee iiert.idiii,'he riHiin mnl ri II ct. it is
ill" si din. ss of the r it p. See the shadows
on th" w. ill, tli" fitful nimnii.rili' r.i)s ttea
tmn tin ins. It 1 si, ifriLthlfiilsh ip. s ; thise
.ire tl. all's si mlsilt, I.i-Un to thnt tick
iu', h ird eti r mnl mimi, it is tlm duilli
tt ili Ii U ilmolf the tiuii.nf iimrtiil ei-l
ni". I.mik mi t lint Ini.. r liiirnuiL' ilimlt
with 1 flint mnl Imiliii'' li'lil, slowlt tit
I iiiiilmu ilU sinkiuiu itsMikits ; then turn
tniir ite tipnii th it loitih nnd sie the tiprr
f III'-, tin kiriu mnl Iniriiniu still innr.
diuili, iti 11 to 1 iiirin'.
It. nl" th" 1 niiili of the dt ini; one sl.-ind-
I . 1... ! i.n-,.1 ... 1 ',. ,7P 'i 1.......1. ,,r
,"., tl."l,,,,l,l 1,1, "l, Ml, I ll'llljlll M
-i 111" 1. 11 sunn
tiers, hit tl. ni" innr U'saks
mlri pnlat, n tlntt
itt 01 in 11114, alio mn nirgit-
it i inotuiii, l joinlhisji in. 'I liefi.relni.l
huh ui'l 1 '-il.-. iinrlil.-d uiili th" miimntioi
nf'lf", i -liulid In links nf d 11k, limttl'
liur llin-e i,'ni in-., lull ol pn uon,
t t-illrnni iin jiiu.mii tin ir dipthofre.
lliillnll, lll-lln-e I. nd. III. -s .UI'I nil nr.liiit
'i--i..n. 'lln iiuiiiti 11 1111
th. s, it nftho'l.
win r. iiiipi--i.iuid fi t Im,; of th" -mil it trn
ml 111 pirn ptiMe hues, rt lliits the iiitvnsi t
,.
i I
.I mi'uisii lorliirni tliu lii.ut. Alio as the
ln ni, t upon th it cm iciiitcd form, tli it
I tllid intinti 11 ime, mid h-ti lit to the faint
Iti alliums, nott short mid ijiiiik, tth it inu-t
Is the tli j lli ,niil keilitiiss of his sorrow!
.Null" lull til..-" who line -Inn'l l.l ,lll III'
ni'.l In 1'- Is il, ,md fill ihi'eilki 11 tissue hind
111' tin in in lln' Is .mil dearest t'rt. nl '
In" , hn.ik lhrei'1 In threid,c.u. rrnlirethe
ti ritt nl In urn I.
'-ii'ld. nit the iutnliiloH us In r itisnnil
Ii
l.s Upon tin
I. .v. llmi lull of ini.itiing,
I- till! Ini'k!
lu-t iiiiiuort tails up in nit
.. 1
a tart 111 '.cue, '1 lie mm 1 1 a-sneiitioiis of
1 nit lite mine thronging nu her mind
Inppt datsof blissful nahlt and tlclight
fill aiiln ipilions. Hut ties. 'are gone, all
tiuii-linl us a ilre.un. 'Hie soil mellowing
shadows of tarlv nlliclion and elierislied
Iioh s hate tl. tl. 'I he stiiislinie of a golden
I riod hat th Parti d, and da . cloiulsshroiiil
th.-skt of I'xi.teiite. And now. as she ga-
n. 1 .usit.lt nu her.nilt ihild.how heart-
lell'llll ' III.- Ilgollt In tlllllk she must sooll
ilieaud liftte him itlolie, to meitthe scorn
and contempt of an uiifcilmg ttnrld.
She motions him to her side and looks
more si, nell'istl) on hit dijicteil c.iunten
aiu e She parts the line locks from his iale
brim, mid impresses the hist kiss nf limit
ing ntl.-t ti.m. IM uing in his h md a Ihble,
the lestiuioiit of holy thoughts and th sires,
.1. .1 1. .....: .. 1. .... I . . 1 .
I'-l-W' ol anxious snln Hide lr hit iter-
mIw-H ";'- ;" '"? ,
s.l.ntprjer,n,l breathing 1,pnrlingb,.;,.jl,,l'",1,-. ,. .... ..
ing.sweetl) ileepsiu the embrace of lull. .. '",0 ',"' 1Itjh-i. "JTluil Mr.
,. , , ' ... I liiKil,ashe inotitl towanls tin" ilonr.
Unit slowlt pass the remaiinng hours of, - . flr,,l(,r ,, ,1(,t ul ur0 ,intlc 1, i.1
night lo tint lait; slowlt on, he luvl" he.inl i-iiriwllv. Imt lie' tlid not like to nk
not tlni Might . if tune. He thinks not of llie again, so lie foll.iwed mi; but it soundiil in
bright moriimg, the tlear siuishine, the ,,.nrK .ry ,,!, a it Mr. Knot had said
siuging of birtls, the spuria nnd iojs of his , n,ijg'.moin, mid thu only idea he Iml
iltlltlish hours, in. a ile.li L'lnom mer ..1 ...... ,..,;..,..' .... .1 :.'... ..a ..t I.....
. . .1. ., t I
w" '"" " , j''1 "-. " ' " , kt en pang inni
I'''''"' ,,ul''.v- ''"'r lfore h is he it Ii
"""! """" ""'" tniauigin.
ib'siMer, tthiMo ctitinlfiimico la-amed with .
lln'1 vpris-ionof gratitude, ttlui-e In nrl tt.is '
I...M I-. .11 .1 .. .tt. ..Il . .! ...'..
u. ,,, i 1 v.. inn.. is 1 1. 1111 1111, 1 1 inn inr nun
lorn aw it as III" ll.ittirbt lln- mile
.. .. . .
l'lil. llnl a in .th. reinmi'liii',' winds sup
irttil Inni and I, ilil nt a biihler Inni,
wl
le the
.llllli llnlis n I III e arti lull
a .. . .
k'",w"' '"' I"""'"1 " In mm ala.te,
;ttlurtllie pun- anil g...l ,,f ,nrlh lite in
'''"I"" hnppmess whir.- ImiuIs f migel
, . 1 I' 1 , 1 ,, .-
1 1 ul ui Miming ml . willi .ji.M.u Inrp in
tin ir haiiils, lime 11 li-ti d uiilodt, 'I her,
hi. hllle si-ti r was al hum" .-nnl lln re Inn
Ii.. lunged out e mine In In ir Inrsili.rt
t.,i,e, , ,! the waiia pit. -111, ,.f In r snfi
Ii md, , md llie- mile IsMiniii.' mi lurlntili
,1. mil, 11, nm.,
llnl no iiii'llu 1 inni she P o i. gone -
Nil I'll. II 1- III, I, l,i tdllllnlt llllll IIOlHie'
I lie In ii nl'l I 1' In I In 11 del
In wi I 1 1 1 1 It. ,n I in ,1 hi I
IhIuii.1 iiiutln i in tli it lui.'lit
Tl
ii" iiiiirnni'.' iI.imik,
Tli" Miulii'lil
i in lin lin" In iiii" tlirini
lir jh tli" lilliu'.
I In
nil r HI llllllC'illl III" u'l I"
iitfui' of
.it Ititn -In mn, iiiiiI ful li','htl on th" tiili
I'lln.'i nl tli" u'lotc Hut lin'-" jilt 'i-nri ,
tint iii Inn f nt cnrlj il ittn, i njnu'il not
Ii) tin. ni'iiiriiing Uiy. lie him ii tint UU
lii'irt In tin -. niilil mnl tMinUiliin iullu
I'liri'ii, III ii n i'tt rn fjrii I, mnl lie iln.r-ii-ti"
it in lin ili'tli uf In- Iioiii.
Niht niin hliii'luttt tin. i nth, mill ill"
L'lnri"ii l imtii-i nl lin ihit un- lnl in tli"
ili nt uIihiIii. Mil iiiiliulv thniiiihtH croi-ii
into sola ir) iiinlitiitidiK. It is die time fur
ii 111 1 1 ion the time fur ihullinj mi the
I'l-lninl retiiin the litinn; rpmiiiilniiilie
of the ileiirlt.il. 'Hie child loiirrt lo .
un. inure the 1'ite of liis inollii r, tlimijrh
nil'l in ili .itli II" "Mills to li ilium ttith
the th "nl. In look on tlm.e I'l niil fuituris,
ttilh no hiiinmi i to to oli-i rtr him. II"
t.lkisn uiii.iml n'irn n.ln i theiloor of the
loom in tihith slm Ins. YYit doe he
W'l.. .1 I.l. 1. 1. 1.. I I' I..I
..,,1-.- t ,1 lit ...Fi-a ,,,-- iiiii.- (I in., t-, lv.- 11
if in fiiu.' Wo nil ful thnt di i.td. It
criiis otcr im us tte ftnli'l In side the re
in linn nf the il. ,nl, hutteter dc.ir they may
line Ih i H. Me lu-sltiites, liotteter, hut II
iiioinent, mid tin n inters the still room. A
. III. .III. 1.1 ill., ll.u.f kt Iliill !fie llld . Ml . lit. 11.
o.rui n,..i,..- iii.ii, 111 ..ii until- 1
1 s me -uiiiiil nl :i iinlloti mnl soli mil mini
liliiwinn; moiirnfiillt mid loti. It is ;i wind
lli it has sui .t the Iii Ids of mort.ihtt for
iiLfi h. Its uioaiiiiiLfiautcr In ard, ailiine;
tliu reip:iii m of tliu ilfiinrti.il. In this world
it is thu one sule, nuoililuKymlxil of eterni
ty .
lie draws near that shrouded form mid
infill!.! I its a-idethu entering from the
I' lie, mid looks ihiii Iho-e i.ilm, cold fe'a
turea swett mid tr.uniuil etui in ilcalh.
C 111 it h thai sh" is tl. id th it she lies be
fore him I Ile shiidd' rs at lln- thought.
Kill it is so, fur sin is 1 old ami still, the Tio
1 11 1 ti lid-, thi'sirelie fonhiad, the marble
lips the Mill'i'iiiue; h unit I iid palm to palm,
how eh i!e'nl lleiZit t'niuijhtfulft, fi
ll utlt, mil tin 11 turns aw i !
lie follows her to the grate, the 1 1st aad
lids of -. 1 nil lire are m leirine'l. He hi irs
lli" 1 1. nl- lull le itiU mi his nn il tier's eollin;
iml feiUthiir pri's-ure on hit heart. No
t".ir -tart- fioin Ins eje, lin sorrow is loo
,,"1' '"' "'" ' ""-1- a,m "- rl.1
his now i, tnl ite Inline. In the riltuccof
t.t . . 1 1 1. ..:... t t .1 -..
1 1- 1 1 is r 1 " sh- 1 111-11" 1 un ' 1, 1 in 1 i-
, , . . ' 1 .1 . 1
lul nil.."... are iitwot, m his thmuhli..
ll.site hi .In,.,....,-is m, , sic..' ip..
,. ,,!.., tl... gift,, In- ni.'.hiiat hirdting
Illllil.
He I iin - it in hi- h iml, kiss, s it, and
piis., it tn his heart n a sicrnl relic a
' . ... . .. I
sunt uillii. ii .- coimeiiui' linn ttiin other
-11..I I...I1. r .. In this eviui.it. 1) illu-
111111 it. l lajok, is a I. Iti r -atacliiil liy some
I'l'ttt -ilk, n arliliie In the blink hafat the
1 nd. It ita. eniuposid when the colii ions
in.siif id .illi Ii nl laiMiiii' Ihul, and tins
tin 1111.111. of .nl, tiirlnl mother's eiiinmiiu-
' I. it, u itli I,. 1 1 till. I uli, 11 .ill lliin rs Itml ful-
frniiilhe sight. Itw.n- 1 simple tribute-
- f-
I'kiudn. st -md lute, of in item d niivii It,
burning stroll' in thath. In it she 1
sought, as a tltitig mmi-t, a dihg, lit p. ru
si) of the sicrnl tohime, and a 1 an I'ul at
I ulioii toitstiisptied priCepls.
SitliiiK torn lii(iicrrcot)ic.
Some iiiniillis ft.'J, a will couditioiiid far
mer, from the iuteiior of the State, arrited
in l'lul.i'l. Iphia, and, ul'ti r selling hit pro
dine ami making suiulr) purch.isi ., rind-
ileil Hi it lie had proinisiil, on leatmg
l'"""'. "'.it hu ttoiiltl l.riug Kick Ins il igm r-
f'"I.M"'- ll'"nll( piice of iiontctise.hu
' "' rgu'd ; but hit argument wntofo
n-. f"r "' i"l 'lau ,'htirs said thnt he
"l""1 "" " "". ""lieii.liiui so lie- linn J.em
ed an east cuinphiince. On iiuiiiry, lie
-'i r mnl
In.. in n.
ita. inni 111 11 itnoi tia. un- in 111 inr mn ; so ,11lliri Witti tlitm, cautnl Jacob to ttevp.
mil bright morning, he took his way tlottii I
Chcsuutstriiltotliegallirt of thi-fi'r-fameil I Too tiil-lj.
I'lgiurreoltpisl. Mr. limit was at hoiiie.of! 1huiliiiuisticiiuisnua-ilroisiuc.nrly ; bo
cnurse, and ready to iiccoininodte the f ir- fore toll li. no washed tour disheVuud ex
un r, ttho, after looking at suudrj poilraiti-, p,ets urn ttisit dottn mnl hear the news;
a-kiug tniie-s and in iking his tutu n marks t tili;litt iih juunliout jour domestic (enuio-
mini iiusaw.wns 1 iiico 10 nn k iiii 11110
, ,,,irmil ,.riM,m. ' 1
-A, ,..'' i.,n,nil thu firmer, Inoking
i....""-. ".,- .in- ...utiiu ,n. ... .--
nm ,,rmi ,nutir, 1111 stairs hu went,
i, his ilogilnselHliiiul him.mul wnssooii
n,irii,lui.il inloii room in the third story.
r,
-alml
m, sir,' said Mr. Knot sinihng, n ih
r thoughl, 11 little slriing.lt 'He will
il, a hllle sir
an do for ton
hi .1 what we
lake asial in ,
.1. .1.1. .:, '
milium,
'. f,rnier s it dnnii, filling a lillle nu-
.ast.fnr lie did iml 111tit.l1 like the ipp.ar
.,.'.. .,f llnmrs II. .l.l,.. Mr II... , I tli. r.,
aims ! a s, I -..-!-.. ..,-., 1 . ..-- 'it.aai-.a-'
Wil MMIV, ,an in the room, mid he fell
thal.ifmit unfnir play were attempted, the
,iu,l pro'tu ttvt much for him. 'l hi idea,
Ill'lll". .,.,.v ..- II , ...,-.'.-..,,
,wt ,,..,rly presi ntt d is,.f, secim d so ridi-'
.ni,., li, tiniiili In. Ii I !., nl.in .
, ulnn III it he triisl t Ihiust il nttny, bill
he coiild nnt. There was a mysteriniK
tiekmginllie mnui, Inr whnh heiniilil not
I Ml I' I Ml'V
at. iiiiul. It wa like the sound ..I a tl.H'k,
anil I el lint lis.' n. 1 n-;i nu. n 111. in, 11, n,i,
ifuldiinl pihilto Iherniiise I'lnin win me
lli. Uin- l nil, ninlllilil.ll 1 mnl tn U-
11111I1 1 lb- floor 11. hi hi. fnl, linn 111 the
iniltetliolhkell. Ileglm..il irmiliil, bill
ilil,
1 I in XI ill 1 1 ir mi u I
Illu
I, 'uin
llnl
kin li
I
l'iii t'u'uiU'il uiit, Mr. Kout ilu-w n ninii-
I ir-lunliti ' Mppnr.itiH into the tniiMlu of tin-
llixir, mnl illricteil tmt ml liim lln inii7?l"
of wh it hiinictl a aniill ln.ie r.uiiiciii. At
lliu Mitnu time, tho olln'i in.'in I'lauil liii
ii ui'i tiiioii ma iii'.ih mnl uri'tt it li.uk into mi
irmi tl null, the uM tniuli ul'tthiih in !
(lie Ii
iiuiHi in
liin tiins lunllc to hit ttr)
huirt
'Hi" firmer ttm alum ttlinlmth Uniknnil
n.i'1 th"tuttsjinjii'r, mnl tlnciili tlu" h"
h il 1x.i uiiH' iieqtininti il ttith mint o'imuf
'nit aleriniit f1tfi.iiKiir.iiKa Men ttiih n
fen hiniilicl itiilltts liitlnir poikits Hinli
tfii tlirii hi ottn else liml lieon intiii'lul
Jmimu rnlihi.rniiiliiiiiril(urs, mnl h milit
nott he in one of tin ir tletit of iniiiuitv.
'lhis fifiriui' excited, etery motoinentof
the tun in n, tt lio were ncllng in concert, hut
imiliiui'.'l hi MiMiiiiims. 'llnir nnsdri
mis sii;in tlieiretiileiit iiripnnilinntnnct to-
;i tlier ut n iinrliciil.ir iiioinent, nil helMil to
excite Miil liirtlierlnt niiirm. It tins more
th in hiiuimi nnttire nt Utvt. lliu hnner'n
I hiiiiinu niititro could Mnnil; for, siirinuinc
I....I.I..I. ft. .1... .!...! I .1.. ... 1.!?
xuddeidt from tliu chair, he cmiirht up hit
t.. i t. .. . i
iiiii,iiuu, c.ciiniiu; inuii inu room, iiasueii
dottn Miiiriiu if ft legion of e til apirils tti re
niter him, to the no ainiill nmuteiiienl of tin;
tto 'oik rntort.' ttho. thoiiili thev lutt n rut-
i toimr, hud :i go"! joko to Iiiiimii over for n
' ,....i.ll. l...,wtf 1I.i.,. fl.lrmiljt
iiiiiiilh. Artair's Hume Gaittlr,
Wli) illiUnrohvcepT
".I. noli ki-setl R'icliil, anil liftetl ll)i his
toicc 11111I wept." Scripture.
If Itucliel ttax a pretty girl anil kept her
f ice clean tto cannot nee that Jacob Iml
much to cry nlajut. N. Y. tilobe.
Holt do you know but she slnpiH.il hit
face for him. N. O. Ui Ita.
(Iilithiuiti, hold ajour longuea. The
cui-e of Jiinili's weeping was thu refusal of
Kaihel to l"t him kisa her ngnin. l''lng.
It it our opinion thnt.lncobttept laTimte
ho lindn't kissisl ltnchcl Itcforo, mid regret
cd thu time he had loat. Age.
Urn 11, tirduit, eteiy one of ye. The
fi How laMiheKMil liecatiae ahe cliff nut kits
him in return. Manch. Adv.
None of j oil are judges of hum in un
lit re. 11 itli'd was thu first girl thnt Jacob
kissctl, mid ho got so FCired tint hit toice
f rcitillol and tears came trickling down his
'ciie'iks. Auburn Atlt
Jacob wis n man ttho l.tlaircil in the fn lib
.... 1 t I., 1 I 1 1 , .....
tt Inn he kis-,sl llaclnl he hnd just return-
,, ,,,, r ,,,, (,,,, ,(i
, Artr,1,n,,,(,il(I1er,he,k,l,etrepl
f f , . , ,, fc ,, a.fllN.MJ
Del. rncs.
X .. ... ...I. ,... ..... ...,.- nt tlt nv...v..,.
,"l,ie"M .............. ...-i ......".. y
lln; it.nson Jacob wept was, he fcaretl Ha
Xn, gitilliinen, not one of 011 are con ct.
ele 1 woiilil tell lil 111 nnina. jit. lei.
M.i) be' she bit him. Ynzoo Whig.
Will, she oughl'cr n bit him for hit im
prot i.le liev, the snsst , iuilolent skiimii 1 If
niv Sillt wouldn't relent such lalairious
ttiealmetit I ! Mtll li'-r ! Mrs IMr'uig-
Ion,
If it was his fir-t attempt at kissing she
11 ight to hnte- bit him. Nan. Kinp
It was milt his mouth that wat, red, nml
th. lilting up id liisiniee foicid it nut of his
1 Jes. 1'inpiVa Taper,
Jacob ttcpl! t es, tears of joy I for null
hu might -, while. Iicnuty nil confessed, stood
'fore liia ratished sight ! Lou. Dcm.
You nri nllout geiitle'iucn. Jncob wept
U-c tustf there no more Haehclt to kiss. Kn
tun DujiiJ
lily liiJcountry hadn't lieen like Oregon,
where there are plenty of Rachels to kiss.
In our opinion Ricliil h.l K-en eating
"ileilinguiis" and her breath Ining highly
mi,ic. 11 1 e Mtit eri"s, uhit ton a lung
1,', ire on iiursing ; sats lu-r K.bv iiet.r
'.t.T AU oli.lti mum ', n.e,... ' Wants
I know if t..u think of hnting tour klteh-
.,, c.ir,Hl. Shu tti.ul.l ut Inufc at near-
ih I as long as she has tho strength to
,,, ; ,,c hat Itt o sort nut, ton hate one.
W-u'l to know how much c'oalj 011 us
how much wood. Thinks toil c.ninol oter-
,,k tour sertnnts canftillf ; she i tery
pirthidar ttilh her sertnnt ,' begs ton not
t ............. ..d..,. ...... t,.kl.,re ii I-.,,
111 IlllhV ll-l p, ,', nn, ..... . ....
grand d that you will not, leisurely inH-cts
your preuii-ts, opens your closet, nnd sng-
ge.t sundry iinprotemeiits. Ilegsnbitof
tour ii'ie 1 ike. Hopes you wont lie ill
ph ,i, d if she asks for 11 slice to lake Inune
to the ihih'nii llilpliersilf,on tour ni-
.. 1. .1 .. i .f .1.... ..... l.n.i
nun st I llie, u. It.tll 1. tw.u un. 1. ,". ......
Ki'.nl eapciiallt fnr con'pain ; a-siires you
toiirkibt has t-tmplnms ef the niea-l,
'1....... il I,',,,, ill., I uith llnl iliseam
Kill IM Ullt' II "''
lat. It -, thinks it will K-
'foiirleof gr.nl Iruiiblu In
j has Mud ridge on r its nut
be- short lln, I or n
1 you, liecnuto il
I... 1.1...- ml ... ufi e ltd ....Ii. 1 ells I nil till
,.,N- .'.,..' ...'V u. . If.'..... ...... j. ... ....
umr husluind' imlilii.il tr.uibl.s tomnke
tmi ful uiufeilable her liii-bunl Uing
iiulheolhir side, Complin nils you on
Uomi'liii cult you on
..I. .1.1 .... 11. .1
I t Fill MIIIII a 'l I'll I Ul f ""J ' 1
M stupidilt nt ton
.lulKhildii 11 imiiri iblt tin well il lli.-t ilou'l
gmw up Mi nr ihiiius. Won.l. rs U'she
gin" nil tui'i.ni .i.i-. .. v..'. . - n "t,v ,
sun llspie-irtisi.Kikliig 'a soelratiigint-
Ii I..11.I ul sitnlliieils. Whinlli t nil mil
. I ih. 1 lomw nl a Isittlful f null kind
In 1 j
v. ,. 'n '
t'l, dull'. Jn,'s!n Ink III llllli
-Ann lliu till. tXiellclll l.l',
llorrntti tour WA -ilk tn tut In-r iif rnlicn
ilri'n li. WittiNtuLiiiitt if tnn won't 1,'tnl
Inr t! it iti'il tjiiHi tlmi alio aim von buy
.it Mc't tin- nllior iliiy. KiiikU ifu- ciiiiil
'oll'llic in iiith' nii'l liri'iiki it into inliiiilfiai
in ilalitrri. Inkrs or lulivilii lit its in
' otiiliitciljirni mnl wlil m rcniniiiir, I'nuit-
I) it the e iiise of a burnt joint mid scorched
piulilin, lor ttlneli tour liu-luinl gltes
thiinks with a tert bi I grace. Alb. hnick.
Noiuullliiif u Creditor.
'I here ttat n certain littjer on the C'nix',
a Inni tune ago, the only one in llmsu 'dig.
gins' tin 11, and for aught I know nt presi nt.
Iin was a man well toil,, in the world, nnd
what was somewhat surprising in n limb of
thu law, liters,.' to encournging litigntion.
One day n client came to him 111 n most tcr-
ril'le rage:
'LiMik In re, 'Snuire,' mid he, 'th it 'ere
blasted shoemaker down to Pigeon Cote,
lint gone nml iiicd me for thu money for n
pair of boots I owed him.'
'Did thelioiila suit) nil I'
'Oh, yes I'to got llii 111 on now fust
ratu laiott,'
'IVir inlets I'
'Oh, yea.'
'Then joii otto him tlit money honest
lyi" 'Course.
'Well, why don't )ou pny him I'
'Why Vnuso thu blnstetl snob nent nml
suit! me, nnd I want to keep him out of the
luoney if I kin.'
'It will nmt tou aometliinir.'
'I don't kecr n cuss for thnt. How much
money do you want to begin with I'
'Oh, ten dollars trill do."
'la that nil P Weill, hem's nu X, so go
alieail mnl Urn client went out, tery well
satisfied mtlt tliu liegininng.
Our buyer next called on tho shoema
ker, and asked him whntholnvl meant by
coinincncine legnl proceedings against M.
'Why,' said lie, 'I kept on sending' to
him till I got tired. 1 knowesl he ttat able
to pay mill I was 'tcrmineil to ninko him.
Hints the long nml short of it,'
'Well,' said the Intvjer, 'he's nlwnjs Uvn
ngootl customer to ton, nml I think you
nctetl loo hastily. Thuru'a ft trifle to nny on
nocount of jour liroceeslings ; but I think
ouM Utter take thrscfitc dolhrs, nnd call
it sfiunrc.'
'Certniu, 'S.iuire, if tou sny so, nnd darn-
eil glml to gut it,' was the nnsttcr.
So tho Intttcr forkul oteronoV, nnd
kij't the other. In a few days hisilient
1. ime alniig nml n-ke'l how no go! along
with his case.
'Rapidly,' said the lawyer; 'tto'to now
tuilrd him, nudliu'll nut or trouble you.1
'Jerutnlciii ! that's great ;' I'd rather n gin
fifty dollars, than Into him gut tho money
for them boots. N. Y. Spirit 0 the Tmrs.
Wilding I'ttdlar.
If there Is really a dillicult jwint to bo
mnnngcilniiil nctitencss is rctuircd to effect
it cumin, nd me to a woman's wit for the
purpote.
Now (here ttntn certain tinwaro Hxllar
Iratehng the city to dispoo of notions to
such as were willing to bargain. Ho ttat n
orse t cring trade r, and nut er would lio bluff
ed off ttith a short nnttter. Prom one
house in particular, ho receitcd continued
rebuffs mnl avturanccs thnt nothiiur was
wanted they uetcr bought anything in
that way. Nutcrthcluss, lio made his calls
steadily with regular rounds, till ho became
a regular iost, nnd in reply to tho informa
tion that it ttat useless to call, made known
his puriKisi! to do so just na often ua lio
pleased
One bitter cold day thu bull rang, and the
L'ood liMlr linstined to get her unmuirom
the dough in which they wero busy to nip
swi r the call ; when she, reached tho door,
there stood thu ct .ir lusting pedlar.
'Any tiuttnro to-day, ma'am I'
'Hate you nnv tin kitchens 1'
'Yes, ma'am nnd nttny ho goes to bring
the sample, chuckling nt the idea that his
zeal was so successful at Inst.
'There's nothing,' muttered, he, 'hko
h mgiiig on, any how.'
The tin were brought, nml tin pnns tteru
next hundred for. The pin were brought
nnd other nrlicle cuumerntoil, to sot en dif
ferent kinds, till n goodly portion of tho peel
Inr's lo id h id been tninsferrctl to tho house,
'Is them nny thing cNc y nu want to-ilny,
m I'am !'
'Oh.no I don't want nnv of these; 1
oiilv nsked ton if you hail them.'
... .. .... ... ,
lho iH-tllarttat fairly 'soul, ami lorn mo
ment ft It like gutting nngry, but tho iden
rather tickled him, nnd hu commenced re-
tiiiiiuig his wans to the cart, without ut-
It ring n word. He has neter calhslat the
limi-e since.
XtV'lhe ri'ifirter of thuJoiirnnl of Com-
menv stales tint while n tiutuWr of iersons
were silonllv gnting ut I'owen' statue of
lhe"Ureek Slat o"itHhu Cry stnl PnUv, 11
tut t ill and grem Vcrmoiitcr stocsl by
'"Misler." said lie. after momentV in-
sh I'lion, itoiuiliig to thu chain upon her
ttrits, "irlmt't thai crlller hopplrd furf
llie byMuntler ronreil, nml wo oiKiCMor;
" " l vl ' "" " " "'." "" X ... .
iint: andt.i pretcut him from liatidluig it
. ' . ". . 1 . V
-" .-st.t ",-"'. .". 1- - -
pucaro noi.tsimg t Liiors . ... tt.-ii-n .nr
. , . .
""'', ", .
.",'" l. " ", ,'
"" '".'" ' '
thu nrtiele!" reiH.-atid he.
jjol Ihrjlul iforiitil aili
fr.", Irr
We l.fl
Wouldn't Conlriul
A rroti-umiiu'il, "iirlv mnft, Ino rrnolml
tit tmlure to ku-ii Mill, wt lit our to Iii i
luihlajr, Mr. F , nn in irknlil) timl,
eallii iion-n si-tain, 1111,1 auurissni linn lliu-:
'Hint pit ce of fi In e on r tin re is mine,
nnd t ml shnii t hnte it.
Wl
lit,' replied I'-
-, 'ton must I.
llilsliiketi, I Hunk.
'No, no, it's mine, and I sh til k"i P il.'
'Will,' said 1', 'suppose wu Ii am
il to nny lawt rinit shall iIhhs." 1'
'I won't bate it to any lattyi r,' said thu
otlu r,
'Well,' continued P ., Vlmll wo
lente it to any four nu n in llie tillngu thnt
iiiii shall si lee t V
'No, I shall h no the fi nee.'
Not al all i!ici!iniMjetl, I'' snid !
'Well, neighbor, tilth I shall lente it to
yoursi If lo any to whom it does belong,
whethir to you or to inc.'
Struck dumb by tho appeal, thu wralhy
man turned nttny, saying,
, 'I won't hnte- nny thing to do with n innii
that ironV Cunlmil J'nr hit iih? rights!
TarnlHg it Dtnw.
To ono who uin projierly appn-cialc lho
'jH.int,' the following incidents will p.iss a
11 'Diaiuoiitl of thu first water.'
A deter fillow entered unu of our hotels,
hot long since, nml npproailiing thu lair,
cnllesl for a glass of good brandy auil wnler.
His rcipiest m coiuplictl.whh. HoUliug
up tliu alwklingAMpdrottj him, lio obfsjr
ted to too JaV-kweTer :
Tlila W tramp, ain't it I'
'Yen, T ipoao,' MMweftd tb nan of
spirit.
Well, I declare! It's thu right bower,
ain't it I'
'So it is,' replied tho lmr-ke, per, humor
ing lho fancy.
Tho fellow stood a moment longer, eying
the glass, then oWrtod 'Wi II, iiow, that's
linn) thu right bower nml I hit u to turn
it down!' Saying which, lie placed till
glass lo his mouth, and drank tho li.ptrir,
amid the roars of the crowd,
Kr'Falher, look yo here. WotVlhu
reason thnt you nnd mother is nllers qunr
rulin I'
'Silence- my son. l)o you know wlint
ynii nro talking alauit !'
'Yes sirte, I tin. I wat just ttonderin'
wot you'd docf you had as ninny wites us
Solomon.'
II ill! ! ,"ll to bell.'
'Yts, it's ii it tt, II In -iv go to bud. Snl
omon had mor'ii a huinlriil "ins, all uf'cm
litin' in thesaiii" lioitsi- and 'rutin' toireth-
ir,nml wiry Jlglil.f
'tioto lad.'
'Now what 11 time yuu xtouhl have ef foil
had half so maiiv. Why you'd kick un
such 11 ruinous, us 'ud fetch u.i thu polioo
nml knock thing to thunder I'
A broomstick interrupted the loquacious
youth, mid suddenly suggested tho iden of
trawling which ho did.
CCrA bright little girl, four tears of age,
was riding in the country ttith hurunclo n
short timo since, tthtii they taw a peacock.
'Oh, look! I.Hikisnid thu little girl, sco
the tin tly hinl I'
'Yc,' said her uncle but without stop
ping. 'Hut stop tho horse, uncle; I want to
look at him longer,' saitl little Mary.
'I can't now, said ho; 'I'm inn hurry.'
Mary hesitated a moment, then giving
her doll which alio held in her hind, a toss
to thu sido of tho road, said,
''Hic-ro undo Rob, you get out nnd pick
up my baby, while I look nt tho bird I'
Wasn't that rather cutu' for a littlo girl
of four years I
9" As tto were tho other day standing
upon tho steps of Itanium's hotel, in Haiti
more, tto heard much to our delight and ed
ification, tho follow ing com ersation botwoen
two 'hoosiur:'
'I say, Sam, what's the inline of thnt d
largo beef eating bulli r who's piny ing nt tho
Hiliday struct theatre I'
'Which 0110 do y ou mean I' said tho otLor
tlicro nro thrco or four of them.'
'Why,' snid tho first, 'of course I moan tho
0110 with tho four dog-jxtwer grotel P
Wo immediately left. Spirit Timet.
OCT A slripi'ling, some eight yean of ago
was sngngutl in the m iiiuf leture of a Moot,
which, on nccoiintof disparity in the length
of the leg, refuted lo stand up. After tot
eral effort! he nsknl:
'Mother, iim- God set- ft cry thing I'
'Yes, my smi.'
'Well,' replied the young hopeful, 'then I
guess he'll laugh when he n this stool!'
(CT'lIere you hill" rascal, walk up nnd
giti'iiii.iccnuiit of yourself. Where hate
toll liet'll !'
'After the gills, fither.'
'Piitoiistippn-c! done ro when I was a
Ikii- I' '
''Yes, sir, mother re-colhct it tery dis
tinctly !'
OirK long "train of lirrumstnnccV' nn
off the trick llie other il ty, nnd spoiled tho
plot for 11 hrsl r ih-story. Wh it n pity.
OSrOiiod bridling shows itelf most
where to an orduiiry i-yt't apsars tho
It nt. '
(O-lt is said Ih il lln -Irniij; minded wo
men. nl III ill1, nihil tte'Ule'li.w he'll cHU,'ht
111 1 1 1 '' 1 '
vj