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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - April 15, 1863, Allegany, New York                                 Ò. HORTON, EDITOR,, AÌUy PROBRTlüTOR.]  « THE WORLD IS GOYBRNED TOÓ MUCH. "  [TERMS, Vi SCriÑ AÖVANOE-OTHBRWISBia 00.  . NO^^ 4L]  ÄKGELIG A, ALLËaANY op. N. MOKNIN?  Insurance I!  llORNELLSVILLß AGENCY.  iEtûa Institance Company^  41artpord,-eonnilomulv  Incorporated 1819--Càj)itttl §1,500,000.  flärtpord ìnsuranoe company, uaütfo&d, Connrcticui. / Incorporated 1810—CbjpttoJ $500,000. ^  RHŒNIx insurance company,  -- , ■ . HÄttiocUr Conaecticuf^ . \ ; Ittcorjioraied mi—Qipital, $400,ÖOO.  THE  Por the Angelica Reporter,  l>YIìiO' SOLB^ÎER. -,  DV CUAULE3 EMEnSON.  XrrmniîK-ÎNSUK-A^CB-COMPANY,-- ' Capital $Gñ0,000.  . MANHATTAN l'im INS. COMPANY,  Nli-v York City. ■ Inéorpórated 1821—Capital $200,000.  NORTH AMJ3RIQAN INSURANCE COMPANY,  - Hartford, Conneclicut—CapUnl $^00,000.  ENGLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, Hattford, Connecticut—Capital S200,00p, Insarance^an be-effoctod-wHb- Ui& aubEcriUer Id ihe above old cBtftblifilicd Stock Companies, on Dwollings, Stores, Churctres,-Factories, Personal property, &c., on teVms as favorable as other re sponsible institutioDS. Any communications ad-droescd to him at Uo^ncllBviUo will m^.^t with  prompt attention, . j. c. MILLER, Agent ^OToh^g. ma—pd^--:------  AIVCJEt. & GHEEIV,  AliORNEYS-^s^^iJ^UNSELLORS-TtT LAW,  AmjeUca. Altegany County, N- Y., >Vill attend to all biieineps lntriistedto their charge,  ■with promptnesg and dispatch. - 8. OHEBN.] , . V. . [w, ANOBIL,  Oince--Front room over Thomafl'store ^^ ^  Battle's bloody scenes were o'er, -ATtillery "liushea Tta'lirwful roar, The musketry was heaict no .more,  The Aveary were at rest. A soldier with a mortal wo'und, Lay bleeding on the battlo ground— Befor£ Lis cai;es in deatli w^rij drownctl, He thu^ his friend, addressed;  "Comrade, smooth my dying bed; '  'My bRod'^aiiiillTilainre t  My knapsack 'range beneath my head—  dfrant me one more request: (io; see. my parents; tell them how, As death creeps o'er my marble brow, Assent I to his. summons bow—^^  I'm going home to rest. \ ^  Pains may raek this mortal frame, Deatl^«» liis'prey my boil^^claim— --My name be never known to faine;-  I cannot shed a tear......  Heft my work-.shop and my trade-Exchanged the anvil for the blade, Nor do repent, nor was afraidj  it would be a mercy: if she did nob live to  ■gmwup." -....... ' • ' >' ' ""  Aunt Willet look occasion, w'aen Mrd. Benton had gorio out to attend to some household matter, to suggest to iir. Herbert that it would do no harm if Arialx did not learn~to lead ri^ht iiwyr" Mfgr BciF-  "What is a zebra?" - "A zebra isft little" hDtiiO"tiritiX'ii'ifftTÌpcd skin." ■ ,  "Whail, Teli Ari ah again.'» "A zebra is a little borse." "Yes, a zebra is a little horae. What uker-^---- -----^ 7-""'  ton hud not time to attend to lier property and after two'or three years ho hud bet-t ter get a governess, who would give iip l her whole time to her. lut the plant very attentively, and thifn she  "The thought is a'very goodonc,'^ said!addcdi— ' ' •  hcj and he resolved to nctupom't, in tbe_i /.'Little zebra-horstjias istpipcd skin.—  "With a "striped tikin." •,Ycs, with a striped skin." She' considered for a mon'ient, looking  meantime ieaching Arrah a little himself. He soon ^aye up "that-uileniiptrbowever, for he was awkward at it, and Arrah ap--peari^-axtremely-duII^-andquito-Air.^'nst^ his will, he found the agonizing tcuviq-tion forcing itself upon him, that hii( oiily child, the namesake and living cop;*- of a most fiiir and lovely uiotheiv was indeed  an imbecile. ' '.....  So, like a silent spirit, Arrah, in simple white, and long gleaming curk, flitted from loom to room, playing with her cost-ly toys, and worshiping iii a mute way.  Zebra-plant has stripod leaves. I esipect nïtl^'zèlifâ-Iforse eats "zebra-plant.  And she patted the plant with pcanincc-oi.great-s,atis¿action.  Pèî^nently Lccatçà at Friendship,  DR. C. P. CARVKR,  ^h/T- I) ENTI ST.  Df otal Kpoins, over tlie  . - "> Store orSv N.- Bennett,'  ''W^lTO &Co.-in Smith ravi8'  • Ne^v Block-would in-  / iorm-the-PttbHc Hiathe  " is Inséìliag Whole, oi Partial Scttfi of ARTIFICIAL TEETH on the new Vulcanite Rubber Base, with Atmospheric Pressure.  Particular attention paid to Natural Teeth. Please call and e.\aini«fi Avork. Dated Aiigolicii, Dec. 10, 18GI. 1273tf  I aim a volunteeri r.  Home and friends wore dear to mc As silver, gold, or life could be—: I prize them nextlto Liberty.  "The'pitrlingbrands \vcro" given ' For Union and mj Gonntry's right; For only these I camc to fight, For those ihy eyes in death to-night I close, lo wake in heaven.  See my babes, if you shall live. My dying blessing to them give— 0, teirthem not for me to grieve;  I go in bliss to dwell. My Savior calls, his voice I hear, I'ni glad I am a volunteer, My heavenly rest is drawing near—. Comrade; my last Yiirewell.'^" ' ■  'T was ilie soldiei-'B last bequeath-^ Shorter antl quicker eaii^tiiH btcalhj Calmly he closeTl rn. death  \Aind life otornal^von. When Unionjs with Vict'ry crowned, tier jc\v^(irl names in hist'i;y bound, Lninortiiil, Wainsvvortli'.s vVill be found VVilh Freedom's Washinfflon.  toryi  Three years, passed,, and a .peraou re-. commended as possessing every desirable qnalifieation was engaged, at a high salary, to fivK{v {ihiiFgcr of Arrah's cdnca;tion.  "She is nine years old," said Mr. Iler-bert, "and I think you will be able to teauh her-  an ap-  ■Ü5?'  "Ye spe, má'ma, she kens,'' said Dennis; turning in M "The'b  -n^' thinkin', thcfn that ca' hui' Ifou' Jare maif like to -bé foiia' their aih seis.' She kensas mnoh aa pnyiono.'V ''  "1 seo she is quito intelligent about the plants; T suppose because she is interest-^ ed iii them," said Mrs. Herbert, seenig that the bright, bweet flowers in the conserva- Arrah wasnot obsí^ving-thenr^being quito  "OhfCertairüy, «(íttainly ' I nm sure'sbfe will leárn very soon," said Miss Barber; and sho proceeded to fit up Ihó riohool room with everj'thing she thought necessary, frightening ^Arrah'with ncotle^^^  of blackboards,- maps, globes, &C.7 still more by the soTemn air with which she lai<i dowr a code of ^aw for hW future observance. Naturally enough, Ar^ rah preferred the conservatory t^ the new school room, and finding tliis out, the governess locked th(j little dom- throiigh which she" was accustomed to go into it from what had been her motlier's sitting-room. Poor Arr.ah grieved aV^it ft for three or four weeks, and then the gover-nesft informed Mr. Herbert that .she was very s|>rry to say she did not think Miss Arabella could be taught to read. She had'tione all she conld. A and 0 were all  AMEIìTOAN HOTEL, Belmout, N. Y.  L. W. BOLYEN, -----PROPKIETOR.  F^B'IIIS hetfcl has4>eeii therotì^>lily-renovah;d, re-J, paired.and newly futnisbed, and is now opened a  FIR S T CL A S S P UB L IC U 0 US E.  The paTroiiage of thirpublic~issoTrcite(17 The proprietor will i-pare no pains in rendering <he A.mék-' iCAN an agreeable and plcsaut jihice' ol Eojunvn to {til those who may fa^vor him mlh lhcir custom.  PasHengers conveyed to and from tlie cara free of charge.  J^ly 1, 1SG2, _ .pdfJmim  "'^yriPrwfEir^  NO. 28 liXCilANGI-: 8T., KOCIiEil'liR, N. Y. iS^ A H IVY &  Tins House haR jiist bceu completely repaired aud newly furùishod'. Giù» li.iis alfio hncn introduced into all the principal Uooms—aliogethor making-it a.S-completein;^tHts-ftppoÌQ,tmc.ni:r a}r  any Houììc in Western New Yorki'^ i________  Trices reduced to $1 per day-—meals fi contR. Htìahevtw, 53pt: C, StIO. " ' 1)9  the lutll: idiot.  BY EI.LEN DEKV.  endeavor to-make Üiem aa .comfortable. and as mucli iit Home as ín oldelí times,^ aiíd promises that tUe.if ..wiuit8 and comfort w'ill be cjircd Ifoi; with 7m«GÎï%nîcîiïïdç; SYHrölät äiWttturirArin"Vre tTi-plnamirt? and woMIug-^tàrties. for which' tliia lïotûi has been so íamou."?. Prices will be miule to correspond with these liunl times  Charies Hotel»  f|"^HE subscriber havfiig'reaumed the charge Of the abofe Hotel, informs the public in gcner-  Mrrf. Ben-  - F-ronj-Ai tluiF'.i IIomc Magazine for November,-,; "Oh, ga^awaj! go. awayl Take your book und'put it away out of niy sight. You 'n6vef~ will learii' to roati. and what is the nse of fussing? There, take your back and run away." -  . Xhe speiikex .had. begun in angry, iui-paticnt tone; but the sorrowful look, in the dcUcatc littre face caused her to soi-ItHKiVctms'idefuble'at the close; and, as Arrah-took the book and run out of the room, she continued.  "Site will bo glad enough, I fancy, io put the bt)ok out of her own siglit. I always told poor Bella she had not intellect cnongii to learn to read; but mothers do hate^4;4> believe 8ueh--4lHngs of thetr chij-dron. T hud no faith that 1 should ^suc-ecGd when T begaiif.. but- Htirbert anxious lo have me. try."  ^jAndhave.you tried all you any^going to?" • . ^  Tliore was a touch of rebuke 'in the  t(ja hesitated a little,^ûd settled her widow's ca.]) upon horIfead, aa she replied; -  i^^lfj-ycB^^fcît-htt-present. • The ______________________________  -hoiisekeepirig'IS really ^al^out as^wueh asflfe ií a~  ANDREW CHARLES. In (roalof (lie P.vIi, ApriU'VfiC. ' 43tf  Medical Notice.  Dr. E. M- Alba has returned hume äisd^- will be  vices.. —. .......-..-.  T^etiruary ist,"IIB. "T .....' "  J. H. Eggle^ton Watcli maker and Jeweler^ and dealer in.»11 kinds fiuioeia, and Jewelry/ Sipajrmg:done  ion ah«rt iidtice terms.  Angelica,.NQv3. oa3. 85Ctl'- ,  ~ip. M. Fifiljj; ^ ~  Blacksmith—on'the cdrtier of Main and Olean st., opposite Rathbuns' Hotel. Where all kind.s of Blucksmithing will be done on the shortest notjce, and rao.st reasonable ter'tiils-—and H^rso and Ox  Slioeiugiaa. Bi|ier^Xman^-----------------  ALSOi-nSttxiufactufcr olCar^^^^^  and ^airin^ done oj^^^ notice—one door tie BlackHmith Shop ori Olean eti-eet. Angelica, iiou - -85.2; B<;tf  Ciopartnership. - - -  A LKEBT BROWN, having talccn William-D, Olmstcd^into Partncr^ipj the business ef manufacturing jivrappinj; Pajier, in its var-iftiis Styles,- will hereafter be conducted,, at the, Jonoy Mills la Angelica, under the firm of  ' -A^OWN-irC^r  tlïê-letters, she. knew or eotild learn the school room was locked .lip and the conservatory door unlocked, and Arrah returned to lier old way of life; whiii? her father,, hoping ngainst hopp, reasoned that if AiTah had x^  Tette^svthrotigh ail those year^, "she iiiïïst be able to learn more. But, before another governéâ's cotdd be procured, poor little Arrah had the measles, and taking cold, was.very dangerously ill. She continued so weak, after hrr recoveiy, that all thoughts of getting a governess for hor were abandoned for the time being.  Months passed on, and Mr. Herbert brought a new bride to cheer the home which the death of Arrah's mother ha^  left so desolate_______lia hadJioped..-^thiit-A4--^  rah would be company and consolation for him as she grew older; but he gradually, and almost iVnconsciously yielded to the opinion so ofien expressed "by Mrs^ Benton, that Arrah irever -would Icnow much, and so turned to another wife for company.  "Arabella is not very forw^i,rn," Paid he, heaita.ting^ly, as ho introc^ed her; and, not long alter, Mrs. Htylieut learned from Mrs. Benton, that, them say what  they pleased, sho/was nothing "m^ nor ^os-H-tlian au^-Hot.^''  "Poor-mtle thing,". thoughtr the kind-hear tef|^ep-mothjer, "1 will try and make her ^i^vappjr asrpnHHiblo." ^ . ^/^Arrah soon learned to love the sweet smile and gen tie voice, of hei'Tîe.w feiend, and was always happy at her side, although she rarely said anything. ■ "What i-s'this, I wonder?" said Mrs, Herbert, us she paused in a walk through tlui conservatory. "It is a very sing^ilar-iookitig plant," Z J  "It is a Mimuliis,'^ said,ArraJi,^ says it is soinetinjcs gailed Monkey flower.  taken u^v with the plants.  "Aye, aye," said_Dennis, "that she is; and had her ainmither lived to bave techt her wi' patience, she wud naha' been ca'd an idiot then, Pm thinkin'; ond if oiiy one wud take a mither's int<)Fest-in-yti,ir~bajrji. now, it wud a'be right wi' her yet. I eanaarr^ise-choice-plmitsrmti^nv-w+thim^^ plentyda^L^r^ J^ sunshine."  .. The broad hint of the Scotchman was not lost upon Mrs. Herbert» ùnd; she watched ,prayerfnily fot óp-portunities to cultivate the geim of infeL lect she saw in t  thelou^ silent piano was tuned; and its rich chords echoed through the l©fty rooms, Arrah's delight was- unbc^uffdedr-damjed up and down the parlors, keeping, perfect time with the music, laughing and clapping her bands in, ecstacy. Mrs. Her-bert, fearful of th& effect of so mucli ex-citenient, .woiddliavo closed^ t^^ ment, but Arrah begged. to,have it left open, and finally trjed the koya'with her o\yn slender fingers.""  Six months later, Mr. Herbert ctaino home one evening with à clond upon his brow. A:bookseiler'had-pTra^cd'npOTt:hiff notice some delightfully attractive, child*  catt8<), honest' old xiittn, he hardly realized hiiiisol^ much suspccted - that tiis master know of his instrunfientality in bringing, little Arcih's bidden iatolloct to light.' Nctcrthelcss, from 'that day ho took Ijreatjdelight in hearing her road the yords of inspiration, whdaTiia day^ wbii was done.  Ten more years passed away, and tbo gem, which it had cost so much time ftnd labor to polish, shone gloriously in a'mbat lovely $etting.'2 No daughter ever com-pTcbended hettet any-business-poiplexi4)y her father migM. get into, ajud. _showed rnoie mic'uTiitc'jifdgmenfe'in heVping him straighten his accounts, or wrote better homtt-letter«—to sooflwj^-llro- amrfcty-of-nn absent parent. No cider eistov ever gave more, patient^ and tender love, or wlsor ov more'carciut instruction, than did Arrah, to the little gronp-around her mother's kneo. No.drawhig-ropm bijtle ever entertained hor friends with bettor grace, and more sound sense than she could. Her conversation was alwaj's pleasant, and, although sho Dover attempted any brijljant flash'es'of wit, Ui«^^ was a q'oiot vein of humor running througlTJiej'" tbn^  tlÌD Eroperéi? JiftpoTeoaf  nòwTò drivfe' "tilrfk fròÌT 1Ìt|Bn>é#,'M"llè before caused hia expttiétoii' finii frenata Belgium, next froin Jeraie. gifitA exile of "Nikpoleon. ih^ Little"; )ià«i Hm BccuTcd himself agaiait^» fontth g^ie of ban J sHmenf^andrhe^bsr'ftt iwi^^iii^ c^^ latioti of Imng now iii tìié mMiitof » people half ilrench, «nd in fhU vie^ the shores of hi$- ardently belbtred còtuitty. Victor Hugjo has ^ojfs, birdi, Ifowieié-^ atwas loved them; iiv the ■•litwte of fcif banishmciRt ho douVly «Iièèir-lie^will add to tliem.&Jiiiit«» nud^rri» '!«» <lrive throttgh thegteeft it^land—throttgh theg»rden4SkeKl!»ÉiiiiMe  «f-  «la«tic vitality- "I rise early/', ho'il^te lately, "work the who^ day, and gp eafcly to bed. I do not smoKe, but t eaf roast beef like an Englishman, and driult ocear sionally a little beerj which/* as ^ adda playfully, "does'not prevent the ^ana» an ultramontane jtwnal of Bfadi-id« to m-aert that there'is »o Victor Hngo'ia exist* cncGj and that-tl» true name of of 'Les Miserables' is Satte." ft fatora» ble weather ho works iirliis beautiful'giuf  which pleased withont wounding any onö by any quduo sharpness.  She had a rich and powerful voice, and giuiit musical talent, and her playing and singing- Avuuld—put—to -tho-bbjalumany-alho professional performer, and altogether  4eivand. IBAL ßnimiTÜiere is « fliÁ; !jc¥ with a charming view; of the sea. Leti üb add, also, that HugoJovee the wortoy ahd indtîstrious little peòple in wlitìfefe'ìiHdst  ___________— ,,........., ____ —-o______ generaUyand'ftrdentíyretñprpcatétf;^  -i-cUpscd tbe-best in the-crowd of-amateurs- 4nhabitaat8-o£-.GjierJiBig?V"*i^*^-®^^---  I can att^id to, and it in'as much íí-s one {Tcrs-cpi^trme-is worth-1^ ruh%, clothes. She is a very careless Clni'd."  /riiat evening Mrk-Bentoii rather abrup-  Angelici, Feb. ÍTth 1 Saa.,,  "It is very eviden'V'said she, "that she has not intellect enough to learu; and, in my opinion, it is .just woiTVing ber for m^thing. She-knew A and "hcz  mother died, and sho knowa them now; but as to getting an:jr more of the letters into heiHiead, it is just impossible,"  Tbe^stcH•n, bustling.,,woman, could not realize how heavily her words fell on the heart of her listener,- who quietly relied: "^^'tVellT^rhapa you EadnjetteiMict~it g^y^'- - '. ■ v -,, •  Aunt.Willet, dear old lady, understoo'd better the cause of his sudden loss of appetite, and whj he gave such fiuzi fljaropos replies to Mrs Benton's reinarks, as' she Nvent on complaining of servants, and discussing .jrariaua  items of business as much  interest as ahe had shotyn in- speaicing of  little Arrâh. She hotic  ai^ wond^^f ¡¿^ but'  slie could not realize hovi- ;tuucIl suffering  Blanks of every dcBeriFtìon/k€ì>t coBBtaat-t-' ' ^^  lyon hand, and for sale Wap at  V ^ ^ this OFFICK, 1 she often said to hw-self, ^'and so stíipid, ' like a zebra.  Mrs. Herbert was surprised, as she had iWlT " b7''f(,ifc"'heaiid'  from Arrah's lips. She went oh asking questions, aod^j^jd that Arrah nat-jDnly knew tlie names of the mo.st of the plants, but cpuhl talk quite intelligently about thcir-difftirtm^-lnil)^  ped belbte a large box > which, had just been placed there. After considering for a monieiH, she darted out of the open dof>r„ aiiii gHavel^ wlrcre  flio ourSc'^^li' K'arwnoF S'jiziug one of Ju'b big brown in  both of her own, she drusv him after her into the greehouse. He took off his hiic when he saw Mrs,; Herbert, but Ari'ah drdggfed liim along to the piaiit wliich had'  excited^Tcr curmsityr^—---------——  T 'T)ennis, tell mamma and Arrah What  thi^ 'is?".......: w". .  "That is the zebra-plant,» miss." Ho spoke slowly and distinctly, and made no further remark. Arrah looked ^ttenti vely- at the plaiit, and repeated - the namo^^ovf'ral .time8.~HPinaily7yhir said:^ i'Zebra isn't a pretty name, Dennis.'; He took bjpld of 6 spray of the plant, and  ^tripos On the^leaves. Ab soon as he Waa  Ten's boolcs,, and hm heart ached becauao ho entild nöt buy them: He sat reading the newspaper, when she came and leaning xin:hi.s-siwuIdevN -loo.ked-%ver~w i th. Presently she placcd hev small fprofiiiger on the page, and began to read slowly, hesitatingly, but correctly, a little story for children. He listened ih delightful surprise until she had finished, and then exfliiimed:—  "Why, my daughter, who taught you to read?"  "Mamma did; and I can play the piano, too. 1 am" not .an idiot any more."  "I\ly child, who ever saidcthat you were  .an-idiot^^----------------- --------—----------.i... --------  "Oh, T have heard aunt Benson say so a gre.at many times; but I am not, for I can read." '  " Norindeed-, yotr aro not, Thero i s "thé tea-boll. Mamma, don't yon think -it is abou.t time for this great girl to jjave done eating in the nursery? She is almost eleven years oW."  There was an amused smile aronnd^Mrs. Herbert's inouO) vat tins evidence of the sii^dden rise Arrali had mude^inliei^^father's esteem, as she quietly answered:-^ "Yes, r have been thinking so for^sonie  time." ■ ..... ' • '  Accordingly Arrah was-given a seat at the taWe with her parents, and her father watched 'her movements with feelings quite akin to thQB| h-e inight he supposed t/> haverif she had been suddenly restored to him, - after having: been lost ifor a: long time. After she had gonç to bjed, Mrs. Herbert told ber fatJiej::alLal)aqtôÎd^:i^^  ,ni a'uopiniMSr-iiiHrxpwssc^^  atory, Arr^ih's delight- upon hèarirïg the  piano, and hCT attempts t^^^ play herself.  "Lsopn discovered," said sh(i; "that site Irad a gyod^ear TorJ mro^ her t^ play several little t^nesy^ and- sing. the-^wrd.s. rreseiitly7Bhe~liccaiTixr--veTy mtieh intercstkl in the sheet music, and;I told her that wmilCdoJrifir li she could read. - She raj^dway, and soon  my lap, and pointed Ont A and ().. I thought if .she liadWrnembered those two letters; so long, she could learn^ope. I  with Ihc 3t0rd -.mû^^ a whole week, to teach her the relation between the two words dog and cat, and the objects ■n^nch tÎK-'yRepresent After that I had Comparatively little trouble.— learns slowly,, but she never forgets anything, SDd ¡n time I tliink she will make a good scliomr, jj^^gj^gsisilkgi^  wrjte now.";..............i...,,. Vr- -  "Why did you not tell me before?" "Oh, I thought you Would find it out, just as you have. It would have tried your patience somewhat to have watched her progress^from the firs^*-' , , .  as an amiable lady, ])ut had she been shrewish as Xantippe, and ugly as "Mückle  to be found everywhere. Her piety was not a conspicüous thing -becatiso it per-j¿adcd her whole intellectual and moral béhjgT'itSá^-.ÍSii essentially a part of herseU; tiiatno ont^^J^^^P'*^»'^^«^ anything that sho did. . ■  She was as. quiet and rctirifir^^^?'^^^ consistent with her father's positioii/^nd hjprowh prospects as a considerable^ heir-ess;"birBhírífUd lier full share of/áuitors, and the eve ol" her twenty-firs^/birthday was also the pvo of her wedjding day.— George Osborne sat by her ^side, ás thq 81"» '^'las goi ngidown^^^ at the thought thfit tliig' morrow Would niake her wholly his own, to say inocbi but heriustoned on^hei' fair arm a pearl ;braQelet, on the clasp of which were en-gi^iVen the initials of her future name; • - "A. 0.,'' said 'she, as sheHooked'at -TFit noTírriftícv "suiplai- "IKarTlearned those iwo^ lettem when I was-only five years old, and I 'never learned uaother until i was neiirly eleven!"  "Is it possible? I always shpposed y on -wer^'^ne-flí^hóseHttlépíBáigies^^ parentá are so proud." i. í  "Not at all. On the contraiy, I was so "dull that Aunt IJentón always aaid that I| was .'vn idiot, and every one seemed te agree with her, except old Dennis. Hc^ always contended that I would, iiv time, be as smart as anybody, and, when my step-mother came, he expressed his opinion pretty freely to her. She studied tlio peculiarities of my mind, and I grew, under h#r care;like a flower in the sunshine." ^^'"^Id-Dcmriff-deseryegrir^periisio^^^  "So he does,, rand I shall always asso-! ciatc his kindness with mamma's careful  tion, honor aud love the gfreat French ex ile, who has been among them' noi» for /over seven years. —------^VhU  TKiEHinr"  IK TUB EIGHT PLACR  llekrick^s Sugar Coated Pi|lc.  TllE 1 i^AlKILT  Gatbartl? In tbQ wosld, tpieit twenty jeari'fey fite Ml»  tloos ot ti^^mtobol^^^^  always giTQ liUiilbQoa;, contain ootblog ..iujurlmi; patrooized by tlie prio^^pai physiciani and mrgeonsla tbe..nQloo I elegantly coa^o  edrwUh fejaffAr^^^^^r--^^-  Largo boiei 25 ceal five boi^ilar oQicdoUiur}— Full ditectioDi With Wol box« ■ • . - , ,TALTaEA.t»BS, Leoftj^.  horfd?, July li.lMO.  ioJic^iimlQk, A or write ibii to inform yoaoTlbn wonderlfil eWct 6f youf SoRW Coated Pilla on my eldeat dadghter. For tbre« years she biu been afieotei Mth a billiotts dcraogeincQi of the ajBlein, Mdly impairing ber beallb, which .bas be«n ateadilr failing aaVing tba^t^riod. Wheni» Now York m«" to ii«f 'joor Pills, llaviog tbefuUedtboailMeooo lutbejudf* m(»it of my friend, I obtained a supply of, lliteVsi. Barnes & Park, Druggi&t?. Park Roar, Neir fork. On returning home, we ceae^ all other treat-meat, and admiaiBtcredypar Filler oite each night. The iniprbvement lather feelings, oomplezioo, di'» gestion &c., Bu^^prifTO as all.' A rapid aiad p«rma nent rcetoiatton to bealtb b^t been tbe reeuU, We used less than ilvcik>xe8, and ootitid««her ea tlrel^v^ell.* I consider tfaembove a just triboW to youaai a Physician, and irast it will he ttie^ikNlbi of indtioing ma^y to adopt your puis a« their ftua lly mediolne^ \ ^ ^  I remain, dear eir, with many tbanks« . . /  ■...............MosBSd«.-  HEERICK'S KID STRENGTHENIG PLAS-' TERS . . .  c^nsidei-ation, which saved me from, growing up an idiot, and made me fit for you, George."  "You never were an idiot, and you were always designed for me.. Your leariiing A and .0 so early proves that "  The sun went down, "and rose again in' uncbuded- splendor, to usher in Ihe'first' daynnf" ATrah\'?-now life; irlife in which, as yeara passed on, Arabella, a most happy wife and mother, showed in her sensitive care for the minds of her children, the only ren'iembranco of Arrah thejittle idiot,:  victor hugo at home.  C'iiein five bonj:s,4ÄinttlJuid_5inBjdmeii breast, sldo »od back, and Bbeamätiö eoaplaiDit in an eqaally Short period of tlme. ob  beautifal wbito lamb skia, tbeir ose «uhjeetf tbt wearer to no.iacoavcnicnce,^ aad «ach obt <«riU  wejuritopi ono 18 â4 cents.  week to Ibreo - uontbik Price  .. ■■ i-.^ii . I ■..  Hen-ick's Sugar Coated Pills and' Kid Pl^itjiri arc sold by- druggist»aod Merchants Itt alj .part«-<if tl^United States, Canad%8 and Soath Am^rlca^ ^ maybe d)tai tired byieslltiigtor them by~thitr~ full cams  DR. L.:RjaEERICK &C0., ly , Albany. N/Y.  Sold by all Drnggists sid^aiers In McdlcInH, aad.at this OQlcOr-^  DO you want to know wbere to bay yoor Hard  _ wareQoods? ■ ...........  Go to the AUjgeHca Hardware an^,Agricultural Dcpot-^tbere istb^'best and inostcom^Tete siitiEt»  ment of goods ii^ the country.  Armies don't like to We can't say how it would be, with an  army of women. ~ - ~  As the pearl ripens ta the obécurity of its 8hellr«et-ipcn8^iti-Üie^«mb^lHke mn» that is trnly_prccioas:  —Why is-the—citeri^ioa- -Uood  sometimes suspended? ^ J^anse^ ii—aft* teittpts to circnlate in v¿$ii.  Tftlaì away" my first lettey-^tdfea aiyajr  Victor Hugo lives now in seclusion at JÌautevillóTlouse, Guernsey, (a Pritish island near the Frcnch coast^i surrounded by a- l)a£py^oinestic circle which fate, so crueljfòv^rJhim otherwise, bas left him u palladium and consolation in Iris^^^aiany tnals. His cherished wife still Hves-^she whasé l(#e he once awakened by hia inexi •pcBsnjly fender lyrics ; hia daughter, generoiis aitd worthy of her father, still Ts-the^sttrffurtd Htayof hisapT"wllrpiTde he looks iipon his two eons,-Cbarles_ and JPra«eisj=onet>f whT)ra7a8 an inspired translator of Shakespeare, : has ; woa -already  faiuu-und distinction. He still loves child- ^y eccond letter—take away a3I my l_ei« réit as-ofold. - Kvery-Wednesdfty h^ gives ters'aitiTl lira-sUll-nhr «m&^^^iite pòi»-" a dinner party to fifteen little boys and '  gi' Is, selected among tho poorest of the island, lie takes pleasure in attending hiiuself ta:,their little_ wants during the-meal, Tims, as he says in one of his letters, "he tries to make equality and fraternity understood, if only in his immediate neighborhood." Sottìe other French exiles, wiio-liveion the island, often visit him; theyjiaye become members of:his family. Now and tlien an_ohlfdejid_will come from France tcLpress his handand to chccr-hini in bjs-^olittide.  The coup dfCtat ruined Victor Hugo's-fortune-, he was scarcely able jto save some, debris of his former wealth; and only the ^greatest (ifforts enabled him nt^rstifee maintain himstdf iti'the foreign country. Only the 400,000 frane» he received for his recent ; book, "Les Misera-  man. ---- -  ^ ■ U " .....■:. - ^  The Chinese have tid word^that will ocm* pate witUiour fbaj^ jwyr  instead "Sin veucn chitig." 'The heart wishes exactly so.'" ' ' * '  Why is a m&n lifting a aido ^^f bacon off a hook to be pitied?, Beoa^bi^a reacher (poor creattire!) " ' __  ^ly is ambition like a ir¿aüief'c<ck?  Because it is thing to o-spire.  a vatte and glittenag  [called'zebra-plant becàù itiwas s triiicd]îàFgë"îMw"1Siî3ï^  much surprised as pleased at the gift, be-  Mou'd Meg/' hgr hju^^ndjjmildji^^ -bleSi^^-made- him- a^ -rieb -Tnan-again, al-  nothing but perfection in heî^afe^ deeply regrets, not -rich  Bis &onf ç^thanksgi blçboiçe;^  ^ as he enough to gratify his' charitable and be-iievpltjiit mcliiitttion» tt> their full ©ictefet. ^e purchase of Hauteville Honse has pro-  glish ciiii5cn. His house is hia castle, nnd  . Embrace as qftsmy opportunities aa you please, but only, tlie woman.  "I Am asioaisM« Hcif dear yousg ta^ at your sentimfiuta; yoK o^e me tlari" "Well, sir, I bare been waqtiqf-xon to  . rt,« loaf fw^lrt». if ' ^  stort for the Iwtjwttr,'  A young man being aaked by tift ' lady ■ to whom he was.paying hia pmcsltr ad-dressés, wbatmlea , of hoanM^ lii meant to adopt, reprjaé, «miliiìg rima hia  email numbers."   

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