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   Weekly Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - June 1, 1861, Placerville, California                               THE WEEKLY MOUNTAIN DEMOCRA ALWAYS IIK1HT; JU'T. KKiHT OR U N i ol'U COUNTRY." YIII.-NO. 22.{ EL DOItAOO COUNTY, AMI OKM A, SATUKDAY, 1, WHOLE NUMBER, MOUNTAIN n-m.ism.il M V7UUMV MnllMMi. BY have been. In.- kept them In himself; and when Ins u-ilnr rrltrcil he rubbed liis hands willi mi air ol Keen enjoyment as he ham- liim Nil lime lost in caiTviii2 nut their wailike mill tin: Mures-; ol tin- yminjr in.in in unliving his mark iias surli licit nut it sciilcr ten miles I.nt had hffird iif him. Tin: miii-n de- clared llial lie In la- a-hamed ol liiiliM If ami Hie men lhal he on-M he I1..UH! as he j there I. I. tot- if.- cauu'bt sight of his erect rode oil'. lu tin- form ol tin- fair Kreclovr was not u litlli: spii it and every I'ccling was in arms at heioa thus unceremoni- ously di-posed of. Win1 delcnnineil that Ibe gtliti who had sn lilth-know I I cdgi- of female nature as lo overlook her I wishes in such nia.tcis, slmiild meet hi.- 1 mate) j maintained a keen watch over llie move- Hill! Vl't Wllll it Was llll odd j linlK In ki .1! ill' which she ili'l lint mulct- staml, hut uhieh slit- knew ,sht: iliil nn' culcrlatn Inward Seth, said tin- slrajisriT. ibaivin_' 11 breath, I nm Deri id; Van ham A vague surmise thnt such he the fart hail already cnicicd Hie ini.nl nf tin- pil'l, iinil (or an instant liea: beat Slu- kept her oivn counsel, but tin: ncM moment she became vain-glm inns did old Tennis i incuts of her lather. I he began in i-nli'i Inin j Xosonm-rwasilnni ideas ol laying dami In the whole iciiil'.ry i tl) carry Jl'sTICIS 111- INkS II tll.r.k I ul I UN til Ull IXHrr, nn olonin hli-rrt. A VKHY U MalinecoiU ni; I'veiy Cock from Ihe cnuniry It: Deli iik was thus run- j ning i and al IV dl-may (hi iingimnl the land, all idea nl aiiaek upon the domi t... cile ol Kbein seemed In have passed j limn his mind. Ills liardihiHMl, a j lei lible ii'llow be in a hand to-hand eticnunti-r, what a linc-lniiking lellnw he too, liis gcncm-ity and hi- deadly I nnimn-ly Hie entile i'm-k family, were i topic- nf talk in llie -paicely scl- lled di-tiirl, and woe not lirtg in leach- j injr llie i-ai- of Ihe daughter and heiiess _ i ol Cock. r'leclinc, I'm- -nob iias her tiatne. bad JL-riiwu up hem-alb Ibe Miadovv nf her l I nnei, and tin- :n id eye and uaim li-mjii-r nI a siep-moilii-r. I ndi-r this cmnhma, linn lie.it and cold -he had I lpen''d into a line blooming maiden, uaniiof heail, Mnmcu lot .jnji k nl temper, ami scions ol Inr eliai in- a- vnung heanties ll-milly ale. >ne lias a'--o known In he nl the be-! '.riio ;h( nj. on l.mtg I-land. hating every limit carei'nliv i held np to IIIT di-anj.i nbaii-m by i.er watchful -li-p-inolhcr. Im-i-i ou-jh Imigue was the lu inr nl Im: coiintiy, .iml had j ed down and l.mie. Whi-n the Icpiirt of the menace-nf Di-r- lick Van ham reaihed e-iis of the maiden, she r-pniised lln: can-e nf her lather uilh giitil tivai-iiv. Mn: vnvvcd nndv iog anitnoNilv agalt -V I ennis an licahr. w a- iiarii-'iilai ly lihici in I.erani- madvi hi-, I'ming j.llv, ai.d usu- a'ly hv -taiinu that like to have an oppoi t m.iiy ol i a pii-i'C "I hel Illioii In pel-oil. (lit- fear her -h Iiad any i If, et in H d ahont lhat Selh ..II Ihe murh-cov- 1 rlu.shmg, and I'mm r'hlshing to Huntinglm) was in a of excitement. At la-l, rumors ol io- h-rdi'd wedding reacln d ihe ears of rick Van whn had for snme lime past cscmiccd in Ihe Inriress al Ma- linecock, batching new projects of mi-- chief. He forthwith sallied nut for infor- mation nor was he long in learning that though betrothed lo Seth 1'inclmli, the heal I of (he git I had share ill the mailer. Had .-.he been about In wed one of her own age, nod to whom she went heart ami hand, a spirit nf high-bred chiv- alry, a dash of which was mingled with bis rickless characlcr, would have pie Den irk, notwithstanding hi- w .he u mild him h. tm-r tp Inng'ii- ick I'lnlll In mi i- M'h.l .Inl AL .Ur i ii.u.g VA.V Ih. ahi U I, Van ab1. i: Ilia- l.-d Ill uiii, I nriini-i-iii.t n. hand- M lili.i-j of Volkflt Vat, I In the r of lhal I'uni'v ai Ma- li', In a former nuinbrr nl" tin K; fir r wile -i-t I'mtb -onie ol liie irmittl.-- and annoyances had llmt di-tmgili-hrd man hen io In- t'trned hi- back upon hi- na- tive, iiy ami liiried and bi-giief in the rcc.---c-ol .M.-iii'icc..ck 'I lie tali..n- nggn s-ions ol nbo had pti-cidid him. and n hn had eti "l i-d lo di pi iff him of hi- tei-i ilm ruiiklcd in hi- mind long alter tln-M- dilli i nine- had Im n :idju-n d. The i mgleadcr in tin-" n.-l. h.'-iililv Iiad In.......ne C.M H a tail, -I ill', law boiled New Knjt'Hid.r, wilh a lace like pnn-h- iii'-nl. n high nii-c, i'li i-vi clo-c titgclb- and bulking sliui.'hi forxnid. like lho-e of a I'.h-ler. ws- mil- nf viiur baid-b- ailed, cln-e listed w hn in vr hi-rame excited, hut HIT endi.vn-d ttilh untiling aud iinunas- To him Ti nnis You (leldi-r Itore X mor- 1.i! .iiilipatliy, f..r he h.-nl not laid rlailli to Ihe lands on which (he I'ntrll- ticm had -etlled, hut had addid the fir (her iii-nll of proving )MS claim to heju.-l. The claim have hetrll liorne. Imt Ihe iris'iU wa- intolrrahle. [tut if Kit- lie- 7.er Innl pinveri of argument, t'n- hutch- mail had lenncilv and the Maifart nn mitli e.aiuious MTi-i-ance on nne side, and mi lite other Milh vehf nn lit animosilv, li.ickeil hv nn oli-tin.icy whieli had nuti heen knnwn lo yiild." lii the mid-t nf this inrninil he hud no fiii'iiil nor cnnlideiil, cvcepl Ins ltn-lv Ityk. who h.nl I'l-own wild him. had followed him in hal lie, ami now shared liis exile. Together ihey n-i-il to patrol Ilir (ilncr, keeping .1 Mntehfiil eye on Ihe Jtdj.icent cuiiiitiy, I lie old 111.111 recount- ing l he df In- unlive cilv. and Ilinl his nnlv -on was safe lull nil.in il i-, liiai although mice or In- Ici'l a, -e, n the giii n-ar her laliiei's hnnse. and had liecn not a liltlc sti nek wilh h> r fiiaim-, limled t" keep alool 1'iom her, on donht lea: ned in In-' c, on se of iiU Itaiel tnat a womali s i- a dillicuil in liaiiy, e-p it.iily il she In- voimg and I'dr. d nt'-ier nialh-r- lld-ik n np ilh llial anhpa- u hicli i- the pi en- i U, and vmti d -he vi t ibr Ian.....I her '1'he gill Mimi h -.1. liinl iinix in io tin- oppii-itc Ii.il My nf ivoii'.d lift r maitx had Xlend d far h youd her pa- lei ral domains, and -evetal young t.-i-ja- h.inds ..filial n-lmi'-c maidens, had made ..t ei I'm- her hand. In reply to these. -r pul on hi- spectacle-, loiike-l them full in III-' lace, mccKli.'at. d (In- len-jthnl Iinil and returned a decided negative. Nnr ilid he Irmihl.- hi> daugiiU-r hy com- mntiicating their pinpn-al-. At lenglli a new candidate niiide hi- appi-arance. IU- as i, stern, vilnihad he, n a hard lighter in j the Indian wars, lie was named Setli I'liicbiHi, and of a large tract of land mil far from tly-ti-r liay, con-i-iing principally i-f sand-b-irs and j -Jill prnlilic in clams and i mosipiilovs. Selb I'inclnin hnd be.-n the light bund imin of Caplain John I'mbr- hill in ino-l nf his bailies (he Indian.- botb on the iniiin land and on I.ong Is- land. He hnd made bim-elf memorable in the d.--pirate light with the tner mcn.'K'c, intcrTeting. A-: he looked upon Selb I'incbon I than tin: coi.-aiis, wbowiic the Mediterniiean and Anriaiic, v ing ptey of every fair maiden n they could lay hands. He ill l tat" to ileclare his intention t, -r- field ngaiust his mililary i to proclaim openly lhat M fairest maiden on Long l-lai ,1. -nd lhat he would marry her in si i S :b I'inrhnn. This menace reaeiu o- ears of Krei love. At any other -.lould have eXi-iled her ire; but nnlli ere apprnaeiiing a cri.-is with her. a.- ihe m'escape, even by being oil' by a scapegrace whom she had seen, nnd whom she had dennuneed on 'ill itcea-imis, seemed a pn.-itive relief. Still day afierday slipped by. llinni-i of his pranks, of his reckless rot-rays the li mimics nf ihe Cocks nnd tin- I.-it- lings and the the liie U'erks, his ntler disregard territorial rights anil Ionian grants, thi'oimh the I'ounti y hut no hi-had i-Mendeil in-ide l'ie dwehing of the Cock, nor had lln-re been the demon- stration id.-i more tender cha.acter. In Ihe in-an linn- these vattnls bad ex- cited Cock's wrath to a while heat, lie declared that Hcriiek no heller titan a frci'l'imlcr, .mil lhal he M'on'd have him hung if he tiim in hi- power. Kie-love'- In ait satik at Ihe.-e mcnact it vi a- lit avy ton on her act-on ni lor the buns'- was alive "ith tiie biisllu of prrpiirati'in for the wediiing. Anph-s w. re hangn.g in fe-tonu-al s pumpkins were brought in tor i-heet-, to-ieiiog. and all the various items ol wif ry H Idcb iletmte lhat a ilau'.'bler and an heiress is lo launch her bark i'i Id' Hereahoni her. Amid all, she drooped and tin- bloom faded It'inn her cheek. In vain, well-meaning f. iends elidc.iv. mfil to cln er In r, by smmdii'g liie pni-cs of her intended Inidcgronm. They told hn-v many Indians be had scalped, mntty towns he had sacked, aud recount- leadly pale, hel rick her hand in both of hi-, ami ponied I'nith tatioiiH of di'Volimi in that might have nieUeil ball'-a n female hearts I but there is smneihing unaecminlahle in I ihe wai'sof a woman, and In- whn would trace mil the uinning-ol' her heart itnisl he a mote prol'mmd plii'o-'piiei ihan I am for, although bill a sin-, I lime In e she had been hopim; longi ig for this 'very occntrence, as her mi'v coanec id j e-Ciip.', yet nuvv, u iicn hell icK stond lie- I lore her, ghm ing vviih j greater than she bail I ventured to niter llie had been so anxious to her., she re.a iv e him with nn air of chil'img nnd did imt (iiil to h t him lunar lhat hish.-a-.l i of vvnning ami winning her hand had i leached her ear. Indeed, can led I impudi'nce farther, lor she oncliidetl hv (filing him (hat hi- look lor a hi ide I among tlm-e who held thein-elves more cheaply than she did. Derrick's hopes, which had Keen hijli. were completely da-bed by ims sudden change nf tone, lie was a hold lellow where hard blmvs and inund knocks were going nn bul his heart N as as lender as a chihl's. Her reception cut him In the fptick fur all thai be had nf love, he had unconsciously bestowed upon her, and what with ili'i-ainiiig and pnmleting over her perfectiims, he hail become iL-eply in- vnlved. Here xvas nil his dav-di scattered lo the winds, lie as a manly, fiank In-arlid ;ct In r in she con- ceii'ed in tl'e in i'jbbol hood, but no Flee- love appeared, lie felt eel lain thai some- thing inn-t he wiong, and he deleiuii'ii-u m apuro.-ich the hmi-e. lie i '.u- tioti-lv, so as imt lo he seen, until he came near a indovv. lie i ai-ed his head e the sill and Inok, d in. As he did so, he ivd tin- lav nl Krccloic, hut the grim, scaircd tisagc of Selh I'inclnr.i, itbi', with teadine-- for cltn geticies, gtioeil him by the throat the mo- ment he saw him at same time, lie called mil for n-sislalicc. heilick was nol (o hi- capltiivd so easily he relumed ihe gi ipe nf the Vi li ran by a -iuiilar a-p ol' the llunit, and I'or a moment il a tple-lion who should strangle Ihe olher llt-t. hitriiig I'm- -Ilil-.'-jli- hel'lick I..illy dialed the old -..Idler mil of the window, and ihev lell tlie ground, wheie lialllc Im ioil-lf, unlll Kliem h. I eoidinitl ill an upper loom, and told thai a- he seemed .-o anxious lo see the nl Ihe ilwel'dng, he should have a chance. The Indian lighter bad In en too wat-h I'll! I'or (be young man. He had ob-ei v- d him 1m king ahmil the premises for a d iv or two, had lieetion ttie looU-onl I'.ii him. Hi- boa-is iv-p, cling his i had rcachi tl his cars, and h vvelcntne lor him he slnmM cross his palh. Kbeini'.er was not a liltle alarmed at liie effect nf (his proceeding. He Knew lhal Tennis was not a man to permit hi- friend 10 he with im, uniiv, ami hi- heat! -aid; al Ihe idea ol the Im v nl' the hard headed Dutchman. Hut hi- grim erale was as obdurate ami impel In fear as Tennis himself, ami he insi-led lhal DeiriiU should he kept in durance. n she paused In- lold her that he mii-t hai'e either Deri irk or her that he had conic tn rescue In- fi ieinl, and that he had determined lint to rciuru Nn rullled hen ever Inme Ilii' eyes fairly lla-hed. She a hrnntn.-tiek, and ilan-il ihe Viliiau In lay a linger on her. Tennis iva- too chivalrous attack hinis. If. lint, lliri.oe; Have ordi-rs for the iis-aull. ix'i'ck immcdiati son, Kesi.-lance iva- ill vnin. -lii 1; was shivered actns- I pole. Imt il imilil a- MI II lei ed nne of t he IniM Idel s and helolv Mis. Cock I, ad II s. she fonud hel self III' of i k, -.1 1, headiimu speed. Ihe lahle M'eli' ihe pell and Selh I'inchnn had h-li ill, in. 'I en- I, i a lew m d-. and It -I pi r on the l.dilc. Then mminlin owed Kyck. hen in the clnlelies of a eVel V ocil, I o as she M as l.orue and iil ralioo i hack ii' Ihe rear, null] it impregnated the re l.'i1 a iiiilc. II, r i-.-ijilms nn to it. nor did iln-v stop until she landed al the rl 1 1 1 1: il ihe letelan. Vi IY mtii-h and hi di ami dfspetat, ly mil of temper (he hi, !i she had receive.'! in her ui.tare elopement. ind- found hi- ptisotn-r as he had invo Ti led the deici mined lo make in, tlJVii t at imimidu- lion. "Look vc, said be, "we've come for Mis. Cock, and Mrs. Cock we ill have." Tennis made no oilier reply tbiin the vnliiine nl MiiuUu he pulled bum hi.- lips. "lie thunder, c.vcl.aimcd S-lh. u.'iMng angry. I'll slmitt the 1.....se." "Slmm al.d In: was the ctlt't reply. Selh I'incliiin was; eviilcnfly for, limn what he knew of the iron chai- ai'li-r of the hnlchman, he tell sm u thai ic.iuii- any such allempt ttonld ib'aw upon him o, k a di-cliargi' cf lire-arm- from lii" be.-ieged. In Mr-, l.'nck, fmni hel pcreli in tin1 cock-loll, was.-n one monieol urging mi Ihe attack, at amnher ht-lo.i- in- of abiis.' on In-r and tin- di-creet pii.-ilaniniiiV ol who kepi heyoml ran-t: ol ihe :n the pelple.NilV ol I he hi -iegcl'- H.'I. ai its height, and S.-lh wa- on the point ol' snjge-ltng an exchange of piis- l.y of coinpi omi.-c, all w i i.- sla'ttlt-d hy tin- clatter of 'iniil'- The next moment, the in >-i'tiger who had de- livered Setb's letter dashed up at full gal lop, aud shonliug -t the lop nf his lungs. Hi.- word lhal. the pi i.-nner had escaped, and, uhat was all, had carried oil' iih Tin- ttpi o-ir was ion- 1 I'm got his f'earnf gnnpou ,li-c, iimi i iish. .i up to communicate the new-, lo Selh, ami tin- two cmi-.nlled in e.a'.'er tone- with tin lady in llie cm-k-lol'l, while a loud bell ver I fellow, who did not umiei-land the ca He even suggested the pn'i.i iety nf nn hi-way. him. liars of the corn ctih, and Ihe as- -idnous in Id- at tetiliotis. The Mutch man's lir-t In. .-inc.-- as to open the don, and hi the captive mil, al'ier which he told him he niiilil (M lo tlm-e who had seiil him. whieli rmi was accnm paliied hy a kick in the rear lo help him fnim In (ween of sali-faction liur-t (rom the lip- ids in the second slnry liati tones by Kyi.-U prices of the little heart which was heat ing hem-alh the ttiiu hoih'iee In lore htm, nor could he fathom the g'ance nf yet lui.-ehievou--. ey, which i i-leiiling, as it vvatehe-l him. So he took r hand r .spi-eHudy as he sai I "1 slip- p.i-c it was wrong In .-pi-ak as I did, Vntl have lighl to tell me so. 1 am a slr.-ingi r tn yon, and yet I have lovnl you well, more than 1 i an evtr any i nm: el-e. I should imt Ic.vc spnl.cn lo you In-day, but I had heard lhat yon i vveie tn married soon, ngain.-t yonr rtill! and the lime was so t mat 1 dar.-il not wait. Il would have heen w i.-i r if had delayed. (i..nd hv." He bent over her dimpled hand and il to hi.- lips. A- he did so toe warm ting, rs clasped his own. lie Imikfd up; Ivv'ti dark eves, im'i-l vviih ti-ai-. iv i re bcamini: on his lace. I )on'l go. doii'l w a- all she uller. The next moment she give lo a paroxysm ol' tear.s and 1'Uiivil face in her band-. Dei'iick was be-ide binis lie r, ated his protcstalions of altachnii-nl swmc that he w.-uld nevv-r leate in-r beirged In r lo h-l him kmnv the can In r .-nrroiv. H' there vnis anv thing -he vvnuld like to have done, he would do it. If there "'as any mie whom she would like to have i-xti rminaled, he would w at s again-1 I a ba'l.ii of soil doing iht-.-e things which hi: tnund il dif- licu'.t to break. N -lldng was-i ex- cept lhat time should he taken to dchbcr ale. Sill, riuchnii, with that keen r, li-h inr vvnii-h had become a pa) t of hi- nature, penned a mite tn I'dini.- i'' char- I s as stdl" and down I ight as his n blow-, inliC'.ning him lhat Dettick Van Dam hail bcciidi ti-cled in lln-in-l ini; in Ine Inm-e ol l-'.hem and had been seciirc-l thai as lln-eiim.- bv law- piini-hahle HJilidealh, he ptc- snmcd (hat he would he hung. Hating penned this epi.-lle wilhonl ihe knowledge of r, be dispatched it. and pa.-sed the rc-t of tiie day in a cmnpl.-icent stale of iniml al ihe idea of the npioai vvh eh he hatl inevitably exciltd .'.I Malin- ecock. lie i igltl in his su, mise as In liie ang i- of liie Dutchman, hut he had not d on hir- pimiipiilude of ac- tion. Nn siiom r had hen-ad the Idler than he turtieii to ihe lii-au-r ol il and lold him thai he c.uild not leave llie place. ll-.-n. llyck, lock up the fi How in ihe on o a v her com el ib. and set llic lo wai'-h him." A sharp w id-tie call, d lo his side a dog his said he, prodi.ring II w ilh a siiuare ami eyes prolrnding which Ti iini- had lell on the lab! i swears thnt he will, aud he w ill keep his word." ed hi.- nnnii runs ventures by flood and -mingle him it ith pleasure; s.ie had but til-Id. Had these exploits been connected to >ay the word, for he was her must ab- and handsnm with a young and handsome per-on. it is tint improbable that they have added to his merits in her ryes; hulas they only brought In her mind ihe gaunt, battle-worn exterior "f Seth I'inchon, she turned away nnd said that be must be a ciilel wretch. As Ibe filed hour drew near she wmild -teal nwny and wander thniiigli the woods endeavoring lo plan Jed slave. Krcelovc gradually became composed under lln-se :ISMIranees, and communica- ted the cati-e of her trouble-her ap- proaching mairiagc with Selh I'inchon. i She said that mailers tvi-re with alarming speed. We are In be marrie.l in a week." i A week exclaimed Derrick. "Il's Horn fit ami ill-nalure. He walk'eil slillv eyeiie; Ihe and Kvck as il lo a-ceilain ihe nature of his duly. "Ilo you think I can't out of lhal said the nun. pninliiti In the place nf coil- lineilient willi a sneer. Try ii'piinl Tennis. Tin: '.vill he Kiml tn you ilhe ca'chc-' you at it." I al w as ihe t'.ismnv Inl nughnttl liitt'k- ram and l.attinglnwn, the neivstd' the aiidnciinn of Mrs. Cnek was bruited aicoad. The ile-pcrate ehaiaeiel' nf vva- already a matter of nolm iely hot lhal he would have tile hai dihood .Mis. Cock, and carry biroll'lo Ihe fa-tnes-es Mat in..cock, never i nler- ed into tin- head of i-veii the mo.-l vi.-i.m- ol ihem in a ii noc.'it, llt'scn; lor his mailial -on-in-laiv, and i.iiti their hiads togelher to ih.-covtr soim: mode ol cii euniynlin'i lli-ir I'lic. Si'ih I'iiichoii was for marching tn (lie Imlrc-s, .-toiming it, and pulling the whole gairisnn In llic stvoi d proceedings nl lluil kind bad been i vety day mallei s vvitii him in his (brays intn Ihe Indian holders. The country was h -coming drcadlnlly peaceful and In; looked upmi a sharp encounter a- an .'igii cable inlet hide in the monotony nf hi- prc-ctil life. however, that il would iml be llie means oldelivi i ing Mis. Cock. wmild he do with Hang icplicd "Hef's r; I eeho-'d in sh-nto Iroin llie ilornicr vi indow. Selh was fnr siai nil' at once in pur- siiii, and wnnlil Hot li-leo tn anything vv Inch spoke of de'ay, "lint, think ol Mrs. Cock." put ill Eh- U'hat about her h Mis. Cock wn.s an- swer, i. Mrs. Cock caught the words, nod li'.-r ivjiiind, r was shrill and sharp bill heided it not. He was alreailv nu liis way lo Ihnkram. Dc-ci Ieil hy his ally, wa- Iliin to make his re- treat. Ti.-imi- him When Dei rick is s.d'c, I'll semi back thai in tin-rock loft. il anv S.-lh Pinchon looked aboul him can- lioti-ly. and cast an eye on his intended falhel-in-law." Suppose he did felnrmd the look. V'or a tiioincni his lace was bami happens 'm him. she sh tin-re's a tree at Malim-cnck whicb will bear her weight, lie nil' now, or III Set the dog nn you." Kbem-JCcr "waited mi M-rmnl and disappeared, liillotvcii by his servant, leaving Mrs. Cock once nmre lo the der mercies of her caplms, nnd biitnl'ul of wrath against her smi-in law. Selh I'incbon nnd bis inle.nied fa.lier- in-laty instituted a vigorous cb Cor ihe ingiliyes, hut they cmtld learn ol' tin-in. Selh was furious ti 'III disappoint- treid, nud I'jhem was im.-'Ui.solable I'm' the loss of his child. At the end nf a week, Tennis Van Od- der received a dtspalcb from DeificU. Il WHS written from one of llic towns on the Hudson Kivcr, and infnnned him ul' bis marriage with the fair Freelnve. On Ihe receipt of ibis, Mrs. Cock was discharged Irntn custody, aud once more returned lo her domicil, (mm which she forthwith expelled Selb I'incbon. Tin I tht l A fashion reporter of oim of Vmk ciiy dailies, in giving formuiioil lelative In (IreMMM i-ays ibeiu has 11 .__. change iti the form did triinmlnf of OrtiV is. aud one which will crvntt MMM tWB- motion among laiiles short Hurt ladies sloutaild laities ThU has not been brought about WlthiMlt 4 snuggle. l''or a year past tho lei'-ns of beauty and w ho look lovely in tnf boMnet' d every dress have tn'fn-r .idm-e the pired skirt, formerly worn hy eir sialelv gramllflnthel'S. Their i'ii: unavailing for n limo, add ladie- boned the thing would Blit liiu devmeex ol gored skil IS perslclfd, aiMt tin: year IStil, Sumrn- r, Miiiie--. (lieir trmuph. The gored will be the rage nnd from spccinienu yesteiday (me feels compelled to nay ''oat it mii-l in- extremely becomitiK, peeially to tall figures. A strange iiiet in r.'lalini to Ih se gored di esses irt They have nol been worn since iiayi nf tin: Ame, trail Ilevnlnliun. Our palri- niii: of tbii.-e jrloriotis dnya wnru them, nud now this unique fashion has reimned lo adorn the of another tiny of revolution. Truly, Ihirt beak nf fn-hinn. 'Bill I ha gored dir-s nur time is slightly differ- i-iit from llm.-e nl the past. The dress of iMghiy yeai- ago bad but two brcadthsln' in- -Liii. and Ihe waist was directly on- del ihe aimpils; while the one of Ifttfl has -K in set'eu yardswitllh around he holiom of lliu skirt, and a corMge eli-vanllv liited, being ifilhcr too Inntf' nm...... -noil. For mn'tling Itejtifft skiii i tii.-ages ate cut in one piece, with a Ii.ilit or half hi-hop sleeve. Kor dinner dress iln- corsagi- is detached in front, ilm- relieving it of ils mnmiug robe ap-' "I eu-mce. The slu'eves and skirt Hrn' ,icidy and elegantly lirnmed. From llnee to eight small li 'UuceS arc worn-on. the hollnm of the dress --the Very high and plain, ami i at ihe throat, surplice fashion, must remember that all elegant dinner ami evening dresses will be uiailo willi i be Mowing sleeve. All ncg'ige prnmeliade dresses will have (III! nulled or llie half open cunt The collar and culfs wlH tuni'h worn for morning cowtoini', bul small linen bands will be more The new dress goods fur the 'inning sea.-ou are very cba-ln and ilul in pallern. In siiks and ground colors for pinmenadt; are itttArt if gray, brown nnd green (he flt-ayi seem Ibe favniile colors. English Itarejftll vill he m nle in pored ore ..-en, having; ge tlomiee nu the boiloni nf the ultirt, much more iml espensive bo ia l ur vighl lis lace was hiiglileitcd hv This was all thai pa.-scd and Ityck, gi smilf but his features relap-ed in. ccotup.tided by the dog as an their usual still'cxpi essioti, nnd In: ,-lnin his head. It wit'l do. AVe'd be ll sever some mode of escape, yet feeling lhal her an age. I'll marry you in an hour. hm vied the prisoner lo Ihe i oru-ci ih, huh inj; him in. The ilui; Miciched j iiim-elf mi the i'.i fmnt nf it. and I waicheil ihe pi i oner the bars, ninUing or leumviug his eV'S plans nod schemes musl fail beneath the roll will of those who controlled her. Due Indian-, ben Their fm I-as destroyed i afternoon, under the influence of these and tin' power "f the tribe broken. 'lie feelings, she wandered nil' into the (foods. was gnniil iitid raw-boned, willi a face 'seamed with scars, mul a complexion d mid tanned by v.vpo-ure and service, until il Innl assumed both the color and coii-i-tiiicy of sole-lealher. lie bad also been an active partisan against the Dutch in (he dl-putun bctwec.'i ihem and the Kngli-b. i As long   much lhal the feebi'tf- nf the ymmH man wvre Td-ly nlj-ie.l. .iml be ximid hi' bis noci, nl fiieml llirouuli thick nnd liiin. woiileil the idea nf ilrfen-ive wmlnrc, but llie ciicmv, lint they should be smitten hip noil Mini thai iwilieniir all, nlion K'IOIIIU in- shown In Hit- K'n-nvX-T I'm k. lie In Kirk Ibe cilv hi- dwelt. The dim eye of the Tclernii f-iirh plowi-rl nnd mi much after bl- own hi m I. Ilo the spiiil Ilirli iljemlt-il bill stl'.'- (e.-tiil as an obnlncle lhat llicre wan im fallen in wilh the Daughter of Kbencx.r j try. Mis appearance dtlfcn I Cock and althousli he was not prone to of one brought up in the lender fevliiijss, yet she bad imide such an I Island. While these thniuhl- impression upon him, that when tin- imt through hir mind, she prc-siirc of bis various avocations was her footsteps homewards. Tin d, Inr rose in bi lnped ..II' In lln- aim went as she listened. Once in .-mind. Every ihmif about ii io-iii-iUd tivia- in tm- of the ro'iver-ation awl cwnfi.i I, for Kbcn. ler wns known the nmiw Sclli I'inchon passed between '.o be a lliiifty man. tbuiu. Uradutlly (he slrnnui r spoke more .-In (be cavalier up, rVeelovr mil earnenlly. Krwlove ili.l up; her him nl (be wlili In-aminR MniU-. were on the uround. She had no lhal shu was HI Hit- mumernf the, ith, r becmm: bollom of his visit, but (be lenow.i o f Ibe It was evi.letil that be .1 pas in h.-r a desire lo oh- sionntc appeal. In (bis ly? What can we do? lie no Urge "Has he any I will The tMrran shook his hcml. wl nw Is nhv (iKmlw'nw Tetini.i n-plinl lhal sbr was. lie bas CM make We li> her. Tennis rpga lu in from him (ha( ailmirali.in hicli (be gvnllcT is tn crav- IV'.m have made k name by courage prow- in Selh I'ini-hon Ml more embirra'smenl a( her MlNlalinii than he w.-uld hate diHw in forming a f..nn-s. He di- iHounud and sbumhlcd inln Ibe of a sh." p fcii-ali-r ibnn onv on hi- way t.i a fnr lady's heart. reet'iviil him rordiably, hut with Hi.- ptrnliar in hia rafe. He limrd his ttlihflerooiwficiion. f-if h f l( dial tin- "I fmntu Van (ielik-r, a s'Ui  m-c, ami him lhat he cimsi let tnr let There will ow. howefct. wilh Yrry different This Frfrlove herself. hail not m'- thv soldier inl.i rnom, htit hail thr itoot, hwi ovrr- hrtnl all hud iw-wl. Wilh wnk- d.d, in cimcln-ion In some reniii -ai-l lital sun-in law. Yet fur n moment hir d in was troubled, and placing his bard, brown girl linger on the arm of Ihe young man, lie -ta- looked full in his face as he said IIi- v-nt memher! she is yuu wmild uol wrom; (iml forbid was the earnest reply. "Tlien I am wilh you. I'.ut you had beller marry her witimut asking Kbene- 7.er. Il would safe much trouble and a great wasle of words. very windy i.-llow." This advice harmonized well with the wi-hes of Derrick, and be concluded -l.ep on it Ninl In make up his mind in the morning. The result uf (he night's deliberation was n determination t.. oMain a second interview with Kivelnvc tun-con- imilro (he (jrolind again, am! In bcpii led by ci'cumslalice- III (be meanli.iie. it Ih the veteran when he Ventured lo a-sail the stronghold of ihe Cocks. The loud Minimons of Tennis was an- swered by n sluill rcspnu-c. hiai to come in ami say what be wanlnl. Ten- nis was a man of few and his i r- rand wa- a simple one. He p-oduced (he which he had received fioni Selh ri.iclnm, lead it alnnd, nnd said "That he had come in nf Van Dam, who was ileUincd by unlawful means." Mis. Cii.-k, like man) of her >cx, wa- lieltiT at itopvralion Ihan at ntgnmeni, and as >lie st.ind mil staunchly against it. At l.i.-i it wns d.'li'taiiined that they should vi-il the if il could not be taken by If that could mil be done, if trnulil be lillle enough ID adopt tile other nUcrm.iivc. TO lids proposition fain to as-cut. Having called hi- dan ,n him, he her the naliiie nl'hi- en ami, and cautioned her to be especi ially wnlcb- fill over the prisoner, lie i ommiili il lo In-r charge the key of Ihe chamber where Derrick was confined, and from tt hicli us yel be bad made no i-U'ori to eseiijie. lie hinted that bis daring character haii been greatly exaggerated; for that the most chicken hearted fellow be bad ever me. wilh, wmild nol have su'niniiieii to im- p. isoiimenl as lamely as Derrick Iml done, llaving thus made all ,-ecille al bmnc, he and Selh felt more at ease whi'e on .in-ir way In beat up ihe uf tluir old Ihev came in sight nftlie furl i they d- scried the head nl'Tetini- Van der aud the end ol a blunih rbu-s p.-01111- ilitig from n window in the s. com! -loi y and the black fiiCc and wlii'i- eve- of similarly supported in a doiim-r wimimv ill llic niof; wliib: ihe sipiarc-ooscd pnlrollcd in front ol the lion-e. wilh liie gravity of a sentinel. Kiom a siiiall win- dow high up ill the cock-lnl'l, was to be j seen the disconsolate lace of Mrs. Cock, 1 who, on approach of In-r s w.'i'en some article ol female attire fioui the win dow, in token of her presence, and ilia! she wns i ipe for e. l There was something so formidable in Ibe atliimle of the belwigured fmccs, thai Khcni'Xcr l.'nck tlecllltd II It. Ion- venlming fin (her, to parley; and forth- time w-is passed with Tennis Van (jcldcr. Al'ier the return of the two to the the fend between Tennis and Kbeiirxer was revived, tind was kept up Ten ui.s slepl niib bis AMI TUB lloiiT-. bad nl ways a lasle fnr tin: ai t of duping, ami he had begun early in (il'ti.-r l.-nvitij; Harrow, lie was spendinga few days at I Itristol, nnd wauled n of new hoots. Inn could not nll'md to pay Inr Sliorlly hi fore left he railed on Iwn hoot makers, nnd ordered of each n pair, promising payment nn delivery, lie fixed the morning of bis departure for Ih ir.nii'Stnen lo send in their goods. When In- ad uk. "I have ling, red b.-re from day lo and unlit no-t I have walclic I in tain." Tile pirl ventured lo sleal a glnnce al (In- handsome eyi-s which bent upon her own her heart at Ibe gar. which IbeV encounlered. l( Was evi lent w.-is iicce-sury ti> keep K waietdu! vv over and Sctb, fvir nt lhat lime a species "i law, ndmiiii-ler.-d In la lei d.iy. by .lildgf l.yncli, was in vogue on For once she was II fault. Ti llnis eyed tiers, aud Del nek lell lhal with her in iirim sil. nee he ultcrcd nol a K'icni-x.T and Seth as judge and jmv, hut waited until she had got lornngh and ild not deny lhal .-he knew with lying a on i-nd of win re Ihe piis-.m-r was, she did nol nl- .-lick, be dispatched Seib I'incbon wilh i. ti nipt it, lull lei loose upmi her vi-'uor as a Mag of n nee. iiau-s of her voice, and inund..led Tennis Van lielder nninlainrd bis nil' Mm vi ilh a liitleitl of l-iat kind nl lode of defiant caution. Ik-made no ipu-ncc which had lu-i-n so elf etual in (o molest (he ainha-sador. until be nl I ifcd ipiencbinc the spiiil of r, a id ol within spenking ili-iance. ninl (ben roni- whole mijjhlmimMil under maiided him lo slop ami disclose the her domination. (me o( hisermnd. I'm for Mrs. Mebilable snid Selb Pinchon. I'hi'ii. you've nn a fmi's erran Ibe first arrived be tried on the bonl-i, and complained that lhal for Ibe riylit fool pinched n little, nnd ordered Ciisiiiu to take it back, stretch it, nud bring it at nine Ibe m-xt inmning. The secnml arrived soon after, aud this time il wa- til b'in( for (be If ft font which pincln-il. Same same order given; each hail taken away only the pinching bool. ami lefl llic olher behind. The same afternoon Sheridan left in bis new bnols for (own, I nnd when Ihe two bootmakers railed nt nine next day, each with n boot in bis hand, we can imagine their di.-giisl nl finding bow neatly they bad tieen duped I AN IxiiKfi'Mif.vT Kirk- l land, in her book di-M'iibing life in tl inferior of Micbtgan, wli.-n i( first began lo be willed, gives a ino-l mnusi.ig dc- i cription iifan win drove an Koglishman and liis two dailgh irrs. one windy, i.-iiny. sour Xovi-miiei 1 ov..r urn' of nnd nio- nnlr, ipientctl roads in (be whole Stale. In '.he miilst of (he cold slorm, a log bouse by the road side is reached diiver, vvel (o the skill, .jumps off his bux. faslens A writer bus undertakes to convey some of the 'jrrnlm-ss of the population The mind c.-nmot grasp the irnl import if so va-t a nnmh-.T. four hundred Mll- ious! doi's it mean? OiHlnl it Nisht ami day, willioitt any rest or, .fatd, >r sleep, you combine tbu wearv Work; yet eleven days have passed bvferi rmi uive counted the Ami million, and than HH many otfurt On ioUH tnsk can be rencbed." He also Kiippo-cs lhismi) (o lake up ils line of march, iroeess-inn, placed in single U dfc i eel apart, and marching the rule thirty miles per day, except on' UM bath, which is Riven tn rest Day alter day the movinj; colonnid- vanr.es, tin; head pushing on tM sun, now bridges (he bridges (lie Allrtnlic. And wHTlWh- cilic is rriK.vd, but Ktilt (lie long pHga sion marches nn, stretching IcmM Inounlains. nnd sunny plaiiiK, ind. livers, China, India, and. tlM Btt- ipean kingdoms, nnd on again stormy bosom of llie Allatuic. circuit of the world itself Mt standing room. The enille-K voluwll wW ilonblc upon iiself, nnd double BfiiUi'iJMl V'ain, and shall girdle the earth times bvforu the" went furnishes these muuberlert exilatisled. IDOntllH toll away and still they Wrt, mon and children. Since the the litlle child has U-c me 4 amlj-e; nn they cutue, in Not (ill (be vnii of will the last uf Ihe long Such is in lu iwpulalbm; iwlif Homer onld preach  ymi" will like to hwir. 1 f-ar il now a lo keep his eyes sktmnil" when be itm Mvs. I'm'k, limes morv (han I did an hour I in (h ag fir thru I might have fitrgoUcn on cauicd otf her (juivd bv ihe of Svlb. He wint imlilfvrrnoe of Ibe soldier, faiily sbmik i escajw obwrvslion belter, and lu T ris( in bis face, nnd lold him lhal she but now ri'Sfhril bi< plwe of destination without kn, w where Ihe s bird wns lhal He dill iw< Rni-h Ihe nentenre, Iml the i wiihnul mrt-ting a VVTMMI. he was in safe kcvpinit, n belt all Van future r'rerhiT.- that if he tcr fffat j Knr lime he kept in the m could not roach him, in (be i the watching for (hr girl. IK- was (ben ninciudni by lhal m-- (here a( (he h.Mir. jrt she bad he werr hnnu. oiil not arrivfil. He clearnl Ids throat; be The ttrim. glowing M the ti'ilies on (be iilighlot inthnalmfi fnnrt Ibe war department. He nkfalf made ircnil of (he hiniw. Ihe Hi his and from each wimdtw as the of (be v, I, ran ami the end his blnnoS rbinw appenrnl. Rych, in f, krpt watch 
                            

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